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Answer: A: What is RFID and what is difference between active and passive tages?
... **Radio frequency identification (RFID)** - Radio frequency identification (RFID) is an automatic identification method, relying on storing and remotely retrieving data. - The data is stored on and retrieved from RFID tags. - The tag contains a transponder with a digital memory chip that is given ...
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Answer: A: Write short notes on : Mobile IP
... ![enter image description here][1] Mobile IP is designed to support host mobility on the internet. User is connected to one or more applications across the internet, the user’s point of attachment changes dynamically and that all connections are automatically maintained despite the change. - Serve ...
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Answer: A: Write a detailed note on LTE.
... - LTE stands for Long Term Evolution and it was started as a project in 2004 by telecommunication body known as the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). SAE (System Architecture Evolution) is the corresponding evolution of the GPRS/3G packet core network evolution. The term LTE is typically ...
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Answer: A: Write short notes on WiMAX.
... **WiMAX:** i. The ‘World Interoperability for MicroAcess, Inc. (WiMAX)’ forum, an industry group, focuses on creating advanced technology solution for high speed wide area internet access. ii. The WiMAX product certification program ensures interoperability between WiMAX equipment from vendors wo ...
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Answer: A: Compare 3G and 4G technologies.
... | Parameters | 3G | 4G | |------------------------|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|---------------------------- ...
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Answer: A: Explain 4G-LTE architecture with a neat block diagram in detail.
... The high-level network architecture of LTE is comprised of following three main components: - The User Equipment (UE). - The Evolved UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network (E-UTRAN). - The Evolved Packet Core (EPC). The evolved packet core communicates with packet data networks in the outside world ...
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Answer: A: What is UMTS technology? Explain with help of a neat block diagram.
... Fig 1 shows UMTS Network architecture.as showed in fig UMTS uses some elements of the GSM architecture. ![enter image description here][1] The Mobile Station (MS) is user equipment (UE). Function of MSC is same as that in GSM. SGSN & GGSN are the gateways used to connect with other netw ...
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Answer: A: Discuss the service provided by CDMA 2000 cellular technology.
... - Code division Multiple access 2000 is the neutral evolution of IS-95. (cdmaOne). It includes additional functionality that increase its spectral efficiency and data rate capability. - CDMA is a method in which multiple users occupy the same time and frequency allocations and are channelized b ...
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Answer: A: Write short note on GPRS.
... - General Packet Radio Services is a new bearer service for GSM that greatly improves and simplifies wireless access to packet data networks. - GPRS applies packet radio principal to transfer user data packets in an efficient way between MS and external packet data network. - Modulation tech ...
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Answer: A: Explain GPRS network architecture.
... 1. GPRS architecture works on the same procedure like GSM network, but, has additional entities that allow packet data transmission. This data network overlaps a second-generation GSM network providing packet data transport at the rates from 9.6 to 171 kbps. Along with the packet data transport the ...
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