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IoT Protocols: ZigBee Versus Thread

Rushi Javiya
Updated on 15-Mar-2023 09:55:49
There is an ongoing battle between these two protocols, namely, ZigBee and Thread. Both are used in the market for wireless applications having low data rates. Those IoT protocols have one job, i.e., to ensure that the information from one device is passed and can be read or not by another device, a service, or a gateway. But which is better of these two IoT Protocols? Since the Internet of Things is still in its infancy, there are still a number of competing communications protocols vying to dominate particular areas of the IoT. ZigBee and Thread are two protocols that ... Read More

Deep Learning and the Internet of Things

Rushi Javiya
Updated on 15-Mar-2023 09:53:21
Deep Learning provides a new horizon to the Internet of Things. The availability of different IoT sensors helps us collect data that is so important for Deep Learning. There are many uses of Deep Learning in IoT, which makes IoT more powerful. Deep Learning and the Internet of Things together form a new era that is more advanced than Web 3.0. IoT Divisions The major key sub-divisions under IoT, like IoP (Internet of People), IoT (Internet of Everything), and IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things), are developing and highly dependent upon Deep Learning technology. There are many different Deep Learning Models ... Read More

Types of IoT Networks

Rushi Javiya
Updated on 15-Mar-2023 09:49:19
An Internet of Things (IoT) network is a group of hardware, including sensors, gadgets, appliances, and software, that interact with one another and share data and information without the need for human interaction. Businesses may now gather new insights from devices through IoT networks thanks to cloud and edge computing capabilities. Organizations may now monitor environmental, geospatial, and atmospheric variables in real time because of this bridging of the digital and physical worlds. Businesses can quickly respond to environmental changes when combined with automation, resulting in less downtime, more significant insights, and increased productivity. How does an IoT Network work? ... Read More

AI and current intellectual property protection explained

Premansh Sharma
Updated on 06-Mar-2023 15:43:10
Introduction Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming how we work and live, as well as how we protect intellectual property (IP). A few benefits of adopting AI in IP protection are increased productivity, accuracy, and cost-effectiveness. However, it has also brought with it a number of challenges that must be considered. This article will examine the current state of AI and IP protection, including how AI is being used to identify potential IP infringement, the challenges associated with claiming ownership of and protecting content produced by AI, and the need for clear regulations to guide the use of AI in IP ... Read More

Difference between STP and RSTP

Md. Sajid
Updated on 06-Mar-2023 10:43:04
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) and Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) are the network protocols that are used to prevent loops from forming in the topologies of networks with redundant links. The speed of convergence is the primary difference between the STP and RSTP network protocols. STP takes a while to converge; on the other hand, RSTP converges significantly more quickly. In addition, RSTP provides fresh ideas, which include point-to-point connectivity and edge ports that speed the convergence process. RSTP network protocols offer faster convergence than STP protocols, and it is a more effective method of preventing loops in networks with ... Read More

Difference between Single-mode and Multimode Fiber

Md. Sajid
Updated on 06-Mar-2023 10:40:13
Single-mode and multimode optical fibres are used in fibre optic communication systems. The diameter of the core, which impacts the number of light modes that can be broadcasted and the range over which the signal can be transferred, is the primary difference between the two. Read this article to find out more about Single-Mode Fiber and Multimode Fiber and how they are different from each other. What is Single-Mode Fiber? SMF stands for single-mode fiber. It can transmit only one mode of light because of its small core diameter. Single-mode fibres are used in cable television and backbone networks. It ... Read More

Difference between IDEN and CDMA Network Technologies

Md. Sajid
Updated on 02-Mar-2023 16:42:57
IDEN (Integrated Digital Enhanced Network) is a unique technology that was created by Motorola for their Nextel network. To provide phone and data services, it combines time division multiplexing and frequency-hopping technologies. IDEN has been mostly phased out in favor of more cutting-edge technologies because it has a limited capacity and slow data speeds when compared to the other technologies. CDMA is a digital wireless technology that allows multiple users to share a frequency band by using spread-spectrum technology. Compared to IDEN, CDMA has a substantially higher capacity since it allows several users to share the same frequency band. Many ... Read More

Difference between Cache and Buffer

Md. Sajid
Updated on 02-Mar-2023 15:14:40
Cache and Buffer are types data storage layers that are used to store the data temporarily. A buffer is an area of main memory that stores data during input and output data transfers. When moving data between processes on a computer, a buffer is useful. Cache memory is used to reduce memory access time and increase computer speed. Read this article to find out more about Cache and Buffer and how they are different from each other. What is Cache? Cache memory temporarily stores information, data, and programmes that the CPU frequently uses. When data is needed, the CPU will automatically ... Read More

Sequential prediction problems in robotics and information processing

Jay Singh
Updated on 27-Feb-2023 12:46:50
Sequential prediction problems involve making predictions about the following value in a series of values based on the values that came before. Several fields, including robotics, natural language processing, voice recognition, weather forecasting, and stock market forecasting, to mention a few, may face these difficulties. Predicting future states, events, or outcomes based on past ones is the aim in these fields, therefore modeling the underlying relationships and patterns in the data is necessary. We'll examine sequential prediction problems in robotics and information processing in this blog article, as well as some strategies used to solve them. How sequential prediction ... Read More

IoT Network Protocols

Devang Delvadiya
Updated on 21-Feb-2023 11:18:37
The Internet of Things (IoT) is about the network of sensor devices to the web in real-time. IoT devices communicate with each other over the network, so certain standards and rules need to be set to determine how data is exchanged. These rules are called IoT Network Protocols. Today, a wide variety of IoT devices are available, and therefore different protocols have been designed. Depending on the IoT application’s functionality, its workflow or architecture varies. Basic architecture involves four layers, i.e., the Sensing layer, Network layer, Data processing layer, and Application layer. The Sensing layer contains all the hardware, like ... Read More
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