EEE

Internet Implementation

General purpose of this lecture is to describe Internet Implementation tips. The network protocols upon which application-level protocols are built, like, HTTP, SMTP, IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol. TCP/IP is the framework for the Internet. TCP/IP is actually two protocols: TCP: Tran.....

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Internet History

Major objective of this lecture is to describe Internet History.  Internet was Developed by Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA). Became a useable internet in 1977. The University of California (at Berkeley) incorporated TCP/IP programming into its BSD UNIX operating system in 1983. Publ.....

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Network Properties

Principle purpose of this lecture is to explain Network Properties. here briefly describe some important Network Properties, like; Scope, Scalability, Robustness, Self-Stabilization, Autoconfigurability, Safety, Configurability, Determinism, Migration etc. This lecture also explain on N.....

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Networking and Internetworking

Networking is a connection between two or more computers, even when you connect two computers via a USB cable. Networks use standardized hardware, like Twisted pair cabling and Ethernet hubs, ATM switches and optical fibre cabling. Internetworking is a connection between two or more networks.....

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Router Architecture

Basic purpose if this lecture is to describe on Router Architecture. Here briefly explain Hardware components of a router and Commercial routers. Hardware components of a router include: Network interfaces, Interconnection network and Processor with a memory and CPU. Commercial routers in.....

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Router Network Switch

Router Network Switch Before the year 2000, the majority of the public had no idea what any of these devices were. Since the introduction of broadband Internet connections, these devices have gained popularity. Just about everyone knows what a router is now. Or as some people like to pronounce t.....

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Basics of Wireless Sensor Network

Principle purpose of this lecture is to explain basics of Wireless Sensor Network. There are Four Basic Components in a sensor network: An assembly of distributed or localized sensors; An interconnecting network (usually, but not always, wireless-based);  a central point of information cluster.....

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Security in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN)

General objective of this lecture is to describe on Security in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). WSN consists of spatially distributed autonomous sensor nodes to monitor physical or environmental conditions, such as temperature, sound, pressure, motion or pollutants and to cooperatively pass th.....

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Security in Wireless Sensor Networks

Major objective of this lecture is to explain Security in Wireless Sensor Networks.  Security is critical for such networks deployed in hostile environments. Most sensor networks actively monitor their surroundings, and it is often easy to deduce information other than the data monitored. Here .....

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WSN Security Issues

basic objective of this lecture is to describe WSN security issues. And major focus on why high security level is needed. Here briefly discuss on WSN security AND survivability requirements. Security requirements are: Confidentiality, Authentication, Non-repudiation, Integrity, Freshness, F.....

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Wireless LAN in Wireless Communication

General objective of this lecture is to describe Wireless LAN in Wireless Communication. Wireless communication is one of the fastest-growing technologies. Wireless LAN provides wireless network communication over short distances using radio or infrared signals instead of traditional network c.....

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Wireless Sensor Networks Basic Components

principle purpose of this lecture is to explain Basic Components in Wireless Sensor Networks. A sensor network is an infrastructure comprised of sensing (measuring), computing, and communication elements. The results acquired by a regional network is provided to the administrator. Here briefly d.....

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