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Answer: A: Write short note on channel capacity
... Shannon introduced the concept of channel capacity, the limit at which data can be transmitted through a medium. The errors in the transmission medium depend on the energy of the signal, the energy of the noise, and the bandwidth of the channel. Conceptually, if the bandwidth is high, we can pump mo ...
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Write short note on channel capacity
... **Mumbai University > Information Technology > Sem 4 > Information Theory and Coding** **Marks:** 10 Marks **Year:** Dec 2016 ...
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Answer: A: Explain the idea of MD5 algorithm
... The MD5 function is a cryptographic algorithm that takes an input of arbitrary length and produces a message digest that is 128 bits long. The digest is sometimes also called the "hash" or "fingerprint" of the input.The most common application is the creation and verification of digital signatures. ...
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Explain the idea of MD5 algorithm
... **Mumbai University > Information Technology > Sem 4 > Information Theory and Coding** **Marks:** 5 Marks **Year:** Dec 2016 ...
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Answer: A: Compare MD5 and SHA -1
... | MD5 Algorithm | SHA-1 Algorithm | |--------------------------- ...
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... **Mumbai University > Information Technology > Sem 4 > Information Theory and Coding** **Marks:** 5 Marks **Year:** Dec 2016 ...
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Answer: A: Compare Lossy and Lossless Compression
... | Lossy Compression | Lossless Compression | |-------------------- ...
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Compare Lossy and Lossless Compression
... **Mumbai University > Information Technology > Sem 4 > Information Theory and Coding** **Marks:** 4 Marks **Year:** Dec 2016 ...
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Answer: A: Explain LZW compression with example
... **Lempel-Ziv-Welch (LZW) Compression:** Lempel–Ziv–Welch (LZW) is a universal lossless data compression algorithm created by Abraham Lempel, Jacob Ziv, and Terry Welch.The algorithm is simple to implement, and has the potential for very high throughput in hardware implementations.It is the algorith ...
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Explain LZW compression with example
... **Mumbai University >Information Technology > Sem 4 > Information Theory and Coding** **Marks:** 10 Marks **Year:** May 2016 ...

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