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Computer for Merging of Different Technologies

  • Computer for Merging of Different Technologies The micro-miniaturization introduced by IC technologies had made it possible to transmit message through several media. The earliest of this was telecommunications by telephonic and telegraphic......More

Computer for Data (Message) Transmission Techniques

  • Computer for Data (Message) Transmission Techniques   In a data communication system, data is trans- mitted between microcomputers or computer terminals and a central computer or even between two or more central computers. The use......More

Computer for Data Transmission Channel

  • Computer for Data Transmission Channel   Any such data transmission occurs over communication channels, the pathways that carry data from one location to another. Types of communications channels used for data transfer include......More

Computer for Communication Processors

  • Computer for Communication Processors Both modulation and demodulation are accomplished by devices called modems, an acronym for the words modulation and demodulation. Digital transmission requires no data conversion: so it reduces the time......More

Computer for Modes of Transmission

  • Computer for Modes of Transmission   Modems handle the actual transmission of the data in one of three basic modes: simplex, half- duplex, or full-duplex. Simplex transmission is unidirectional, or one-way: data can be sent or......More

Computer for Speeds of Transmission

  • Computer for Speeds of Transmission   The speed at which data is transmitted is referred to as baud. Baud is commonly identified as the number of bits per second that can be transmitted over a communication line. Baud rates vary.......More

Computer for Grade of Channel

  • Computer for Grade of Channel   The grade or band-width of a channel determines the rate at which the channel can transmit data. A narrow band-width channel, such as a telegraph line, transmits data at rates of 45 to 90 baud.......More

Computer Communication Software for Transmission

  • Computer Communication Software for Transmission Communication software is also required for data transmission. For example, communication soft- ware helps a microcomputer become temporarily a part of the remote computer system with which it......More

Computer Systems for Data Communication

  • Computer Systems for Data Communication The cases of big and medium computer systems can be classified as: Centralized computer systems Decentralized computer systems Distributed systems Local Area Networks Centralized......More

Computer for Distributed Data Processing (D.D .P)

  • Computer for Distributed Data Processing (D.D .P)   DDP consists of many geographically dispersed but independent computer systems connected together with telecommunication network, for use of users of one or more departments. DDP......More

Computer for Communication Networks

  • Computer for Communication Networks One of the most popular uses of personal computers is sharing resources and information through the use of communications networks. Networks can connect a computer via telephone lines to commercial......More

Computer for Local-area Networks (LANs)

  • Computer for Local-area Networks (LANs) Local-area networks are communication systems that are used to link the terminals, computers, word processing stations, and other devices located within a compact area. LANs typically use a star, bus......More

Computer for Time-sharing

  • Computer for Time-sharing Time-sharing is a general term used to describe a processing system with a number of independent, relatively low-speed, on-line, and simultaneously usable stations. Each station, of course, provides direct access to......More

Computer for Real-Time Processing

  • Computer for Real-Time Processing The most elaborate and rapid forms of on-line processing are real-time systems. Such Systems not only give users immediate access to a wide range of files but also permit multiple users to access their......More

Computer for Distributed Processing

  • Computer for Distributed Processing Distributive processing gives control to the local branches of a company and helps them tighten their own operations. If accurate and timely data is developed at these branches, data made avail- able to......More

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