Monthly Archives: June 2014

Working Procedure of Wireless Network

Procedure of Wireless Network

Procedure of Wireless Network

As the needs of mankind extend, the technology is also developing day by day. Wireless Network system is one of these examples. This system works on radio waves to connect devices, for instance laptops to the Internet and applications and to business network.

The Wireless Networking is fine in so many ways, especially if using high quality equipment. On the other side if wireless networks are unsecured then your internet can be disturbed by movable devices, files can be browsed, compromise your system and steal the data.

It is connected to your router such as Access Broadband, Frontier DSL, Mediacom Cable, Exede, CenturyLink DSL, etc. There is another way of data delivery, in this system the specific device to receive data in radio waves and convert these waves back to the data again.

Now the wireless network cards are available in every laptop and the consumer also getting high-powered wireless adapters and it can attach to the computer and laptop via ports of USB.

Wireless radios can communicate with any of the available frequency bands. As the matter of fact frequency hopping helps decrease interference and many other devices can use the same wireless connection at the same time.

Visayas | New Cable Station introduced by PLDT

Visayas | New Cable Station introduced by PLDT

Visayas | New Cable Station introduced by PLDT

A new international cable station is going to be made in Visayas by Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLTD), this will be a part of its networking redundancy plan.

In an interview PLDT Chairman Manuel V. Pangilianan said “Most likely in Visayas because our cable landing stations are all in Luzon, two in Batangas, and one in LA Union, Camarines Sur.

He further said that this cable landing facility is funded by a consortium of telecom companies. PDLT being a part of a monopoly operating the Asia-America Gateway, Asia Pacific Cable Network and Asia Submarine Cable express.

These international cable systems are very beneficial, because of them Philippines would be able to reconcile the expected explosive growth in different bandwidth requirements for several broadband applications such as IP-based data, video, audio and other multimedia services as well as severance and breakage of services during the earth quakes, typhoons and other hazards.

Earlier this year PLDT said that they will spend over 1 billion on new fiber optic cable this year, which is reported to be approximately 15,000 km, this would extent the PLDT group’s fiber network area to nearly 100,000 km by the end of this year.

PLDT also completed the rollout of 620 km of state-of-the art fiber optic inland and submarine cables which are now connected to tourist-rich province of Palawan in Western Philippines.

They have also scheduled the strengthening of 600 km fiber cable this year.

Shadow network of NASA, 1000 times faster as normal internet

Shadow network of NASA, 1000 times faster

Shadow network of NASA, 1000 times faster

The United States agency NASA brings remarkable internet connections to American homes that have 10 gigabits per second and it’s about 100 times faster than today’s internet networks.

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration agency isn’t going to bring these speeds to homes, but it is using this fast speed network technology to discover the next wave of computing for an application.

ESnet is run by the U.S. Energy Department and it is a very important tool for researchers who deal with massive amounts of data, they can trade data via the ultra-fast network. In order to make it fast, ESnet and researchers are establishments like NASA are field challenging networking technologies that may ultimately find their way into the commercial internet.

According to the source ESnet director Gregory Bell says that their vision for the world is that scientific discovery shouldn’t be constrained by geography. ESnet is a platform where scientists can discover new ideas before setting them loose on the commercial internet.

In short, ESnet a kind of window, in which our computing world will finally look like and the major aim is a terabyte-per-second network connection to the consumers.