Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the interconnected network of physical objects that are equipped with network connectivity.
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In this article, we will answer an increasingly frequent question in this new technological world: How to get WI-FI signal in a distant room.
OpenDoc was a cross-platform software framework for compound documents, developed by Apple Computer. It was designed as an alternative to Microsoft's Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) technology,...
Optical Burst Switching, also known as OBS, is a different optical networking scheme, which is better suited for the transmission of bursty traffic.
Quadrature amplitude modulation is a method of encoding digital data on an analog carrier signal, such as a radio frequency or an optical carrier.
The slow convergence problem refers to the time it takes for a routing protocol to converge, or to reach a stable state in which all routers in the network have the same view of the network topology...