Found 151 Articles for Communication system

Ethernet Frame Format

Satish Kumar
Updated on 27-Sep-2023 15:03:21


Ethernet is a widely used local area networking technology that enables devices to communicate with each other. Ethernet frames are basic units of data that are transmitted over Ethernet network. In this article, we will explore Ethernet frame format in detail, including various fields that make up frame and purpose of each field. Introduction to Ethernet Frames An Ethernet frame is a packet of data that is transmitted over an Ethernet network. frame is composed of a header, a payload, and a trailer. header and trailer contain information about frame, such as source and destination addresses, while payload contains actual ... Read More

Difference Between EBCDIC and ASCII

Md. Sajid
Updated on 22-Aug-2023 15:01:00


EBCDIC (Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code) and ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) are two-character encoding methods used in digital communication to represent characters. ASCII is a character encoding method that uses a 7-bit code to represent 128 characters, which include letters, numbers, and special characters. EBCDIC has 256 characters and is used to represent a wide variety of characters, such as letters, numbers, special characters, and control characters. Read this article to find out more about EBCDIC and ASCII and how they are different from each other. What is EBCDIC? IBM created EBCDIC (Extended Binary Coded ... Read More

Multilevel Queue Scheduling in Operating System

Diksha Patro
Updated on 26-Jul-2023 13:30:08


Operating systems use a particular kind of scheduling algorithm called multilevel queue scheduling to control how resources are distributed across distinct tasks. It is an adaptation of the conventional queue-based scheduling method, in which processes are grouped according to their priority, process type, or other factors The system can allocate system resources based on the priority and needs of the processes by assigning a separate scheduling algorithm to each queue. For instance, the background queue may employ first-come-first-serve scheduling to maximize the usage of system resources for longer-running activities, while the foreground queue might use Round Robin scheduling to prioritize ... Read More

Multilevel Feedback Queue Scheduling (MLFQ) CPU Scheduling

Diksha Patro
Updated on 26-Jul-2023 13:28:31


Introduction MLFQ Programming is an instance of CPU scheduling technique that works through preserving several queues based on priority, each with a distinct time quantum. The delay period of those with greater importance queues is shorter, whereas the duration period of the ones with lower importance holds is longer. When a fresh procedure emerges, it is assigned to the top of the importance queue. The timer for the CPU chooses the most significant operation from the most important queue and allocates the processing power to it. The procedure is permitted to continue for a set amount of time or ... Read More

Methods in Interprocess Communication

Diksha Patro
Updated on 25-Jul-2023 14:57:39


Introduction Inter process communication (IPC) was the transfer of information and interaction between multiple processes in an electronic system. Every operation in a tasking process structure runs on its own, as well as communication between them is required if these processes require to exchange of information or coordination of what they are doing IPC is an essential part of contemporary operating systems and can be employed in a variety of applications, which include simple control-line appliances to complicated systems with distributed components. The primary goal of IPC is to make the transmission of knowledge among processes more private and effective. ... Read More

Message-based Communication in IPC(inter-process communication)

Diksha Patro
Updated on 25-Jul-2023 14:54:25


Introduction Message-based communication (MBC) is a type of communication within a process (IPC) in which multiple procedures share data by sending statements to the other person. The transmission procedure structures an e-mail that included what needs to be passed on and provides it to the process of reception in this form of interpersonal interaction. In turn, the procedure for receiving gets the communication and herbal extracts whatever data is required. Utilizing memo-based interactions in IPC has multiple benefits. One of the primary benefits is that it offers a simple and adaptable way to facilitate interaction between procedures. Asynchronous programming message ... Read More

Difference between encapsulation and decapsulation

Updated on 17-May-2023 12:06:58


Whenever we share data and information, it is very important to make sure the data reaches its destination; it is not lost somewhere through its path during transmission. If the communication is secure, then the time consumed will also be less. But before proceeding we must know that data encapsulation and decapsulation help in working and processing the data transmission. It provides reliability and security to the data that is being transferred from the sender to the receiver so that no unwanted access can happen. It also helps in hiding the complex details of the transmission system so that no ... Read More

Difference Between PCL and PS Drivers

Md. Sajid
Updated on 15-May-2023 15:48:27

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PCL and PS are two types of printer drivers that are used by a computer to communicate with a printer. PCL is an abbreviation for Printer Control Language, whereas PS is an abbreviation for PostScript. PS drivers are used for printers that support Adobe's PostScript language. PCL, or Printer Control Language, is a page description language used to communicate between a computer and a printer. Read this article to find out more about PCL and PS Drivers and how they are different from each other. What are PCL Drivers? PCL, or Printer Control Language, is a page description language used ... Read More

TCP/IP Model: The Key to Seamless Internet Connectivity and Security

sudhir sharma
Updated on 12-May-2023 13:34:34


Discover how the TCP/IP model enables seamless communication between devices in computer networks. Enhance your infrastructure with our guide. Introduction to TCP/IP Model In today's fast-paced digital world, seamless communication between devices is crucial for efficiency and growth. The TCP/IP model, or Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol, plays a significant role in enabling this level of connectivity across computer networks. Developed by Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn in the 1970s, this powerful protocol suite has become the backbone of modern internet architecture. In this article, we will explore the fundamental elements of the TCP/IP model and demonstrate why it remains one ... Read More

Revolutionize the TCL Scripting Skills: Master Arithmetic Operations with the Switch Statement!

sudhir sharma
Updated on 12-May-2023 13:33:45


Introduction Welcome to this informative article on how to create a TCL script that performs arithmetic operations using switch statements. As an integral aspect of the powerful and versatile TCL programming language, mastering switch statements is crucial for optimizing code efficiency and control flow within your scripts. In this post, we will explore the basics of switch statements in TCL scripting and learn how to use them effectively when performing various arithmetic operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Understanding Switch Statements in TCL Scripting Switch statements are a powerful control structure in the TCL scripting language, allowing ... Read More

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