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What is PeStudio

sudhir sharma
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 12:37:52
PeStudio is a popular and powerful software analysis tool that allows users to analyze executable files for various Windows operating systems. The software was developed by the Belgian company, Marc Ochsenmeier, and is widely used by malware analysts, software developers, and security researchers around the world. We will provide an overview of what PeStudio is, how it works, features it provides to its users. The article also includes limitations and recent advancements of PeStudio. What is PeStudio? PeStudio is a tool that provides users with a detailed analysis of executable files, specifically those running on Windows operating systems. The software ... Read More

The PACELC theorem

sudhir sharma
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 16:34:59
The PACELC theorem is a fundamental concept in distributed systems that deals with the trade-offs between consistency, availability, latency, partition tolerance, durability, and efficiency. This theorem was introduced in the early 2000s and has since become a cornerstone of modern distributed system design. In this article, we will discuss the PACELC theorem in depth, exploring each of its components and how they are related to one another. We will also talk about how the theorem affects the design and implementation of distributed systems. Consistency A distributed system's consistency guarantees that all nodes in the system have the same view of ... Read More

Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (UART) Protocol

sudhir sharma
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 16:33:38
Introduction The Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (UART) protocol is a widely used communication standard in electronics and microcontroller systems. This article provides a comprehensive overview of the UART protocol, including its basic principles, data transmission mechanisms, configuration options, and common applications. What is UART? UART is a protocol that enables serial communication between two electronic devices. Microcontrollers and other embedded systems for data transmission and control use this protocol extensively. The protocol operates on a simple and efficient mechanism, where data is sent in a series of bits through a single transmission line. UART Basic Principles UART communication follows a ... Read More

Introduction to Host Names: Understanding the Basics

sudhir sharma
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 11:59:51
In the world of computers and the internet, host names are a critical component of how devices connect to each other. A host name is a unique identifier that is assigned to a device or a server on a network. It is used to identify and locate devices on the internet or any other network. What is a Host Name? A host name is a label that is assigned to a device on a network. It is used to identify and locate devices on the internet or any other network. A host name is made up of a combination of ... Read More

Fibre Channel Protocol

sudhir sharma
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 11:58:47
Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) is a communication protocol designed to provide fast and dependable data transfers between servers and storage devices in storage area networks (SANs). History of FCP FCP was first introduced in the early 1990s as a outcome of a deal between the tech giants among IBM, HP, and Sun Microsystems. The protocol was designed to improve upon the limitations of previous communication protocols used in SANs, such as SCSI, and to enable higher-speed data transfers. How FCP Works As mentioned, FCP is a layered protocol that operates at the transport and session layers of the OSI model. ... Read More

Network Hubs

sudhir sharma
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 11:57:35
A network hub is a common networking device that allows multiple devices to communicate with each other. Hubs are used in local area networks (LANs) to connect devices together, such as computers, printers, and servers. This article will explore the basics of network hubs, including how they work, the different types of hubs available, their advantages and disadvantages, their challenges and advancements. What is a Network Hub? A network hub is a central connection point for multiple devices in a LAN. It operates at the physical layer of the OSI model, which is responsible for transmitting data across a network. ... Read More

IBOC Technology

sudhir sharma
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 16:31:33
IBOC technology, or In-Band On-Channel technology, is a digital broadcasting technology that allows radio stations to transmit both analog and digital signals simultaneously. Many people see this technology as the future of radio broadcasting, as it provides numerous advantages over conventional analog radio. One of the key advantages of IBOC technology is its ability to offer high-quality audio. Digital signals are less susceptible to interference and signal degradation than analog signals, which means that IBOC broadcasts can offer crystal-clear sound with none of the static or hiss that is often associated with analog radio. In addition, IBOC technology can transmit ... Read More

Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB)

sudhir sharma
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 11:53:53
Radio broadcasting has come a long way since its inception over a century ago. From analog to digital, radio broadcasting has evolved to provide listeners with high-quality audio that can be received on a variety of devices. One of the latest advances in radio broadcasting is Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB), a technology that is changing the way we listen to radio. What is DAB? DAB is a digital radio broadcasting system that uses digital audio compression to transmit audio signals over the airwaves. Unlike traditional analog radio, DAB offers higher quality audio and a wider range of features, such as ... Read More

Spread Spectrum Communications - Definition & Techniques

sudhir sharma
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 11:52:09
Spread Spectrum Communication, a technique used to enhance the reliability and security of wireless transmissions. Spread spectrum communication involves spreading a signal over a wide range of frequencies, which makes it difficult for unauthorized users to intercept or jam the signal. This technique employs different methods to spread the signal, including direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) and frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS). DSSS multiplies the original signal with a random sequence of bits, known as a spreading code, to spread the signal over a wide range of frequencies. On the other hand, FHSS hops the signal between different frequencies over ... Read More

Bearer Types Used for WAP in GSM

sudhir sharma
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 16:27:05
You may be interested in learning more about Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) in Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM). One of the crucial elements in understanding WAP in GSM is knowing the bearer types used in this context. A bearer type is a means of carrying data between two points. In the case of WAP in GSM, there are two bearer types used, circuit-switched (CS) and packet-switched (PS). CS bearer types are established when a phone call is initiated, and data is transferred through the same channel as the voice call. This method is relatively slower, but it is more ... Read More