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Information Technology and Computing Program T175A Spring 2011, TMA Total marks: 60

M150-MTA 1-Version 1

Student Name: Student ID:090563

humaid bin Abdullah bin Nasser alruzaiqi Section No:3

Question One (14 marks)block)

Question Two (16 marks) a) How many bits per second can a network of 458kbps transmit ? ( Show steps of calculation) Kbp s =1000 bps =>kbps = 458*1000 = kbps = 458.000bps.

b=Find out the equivalent storage capacity in bytes and then in bits of a 12.3 MB of storage. (Show the steps needed for each calculation (3mark12..3MB

= 12..3 X 1024 KB

= 12595.2 KB = 12595.2 X 1024 BYTE = 12897484.8 BYTE = 12897484.8 X 8 BITS = 825439001.6

(5.0 x 9.8) x 105+9 ) \(2.0 x 1012) = (49 x 1014) \ (2.0 x 1012) = (49 \ 2.0) x1014-12 = 24.5 x 102 = 2.45 x 101 x 102 = 2.45x 103 = 2.45x 103 Round to 2 =2.45x 103 =2.5x 103
(4 marks) d. Estimate how man times larger the storage of a flash of compared to the storage of a CD-R of 700 MB.
2 GB is,

FLASH 2GB = 2X 1024 = 2048MB = 2048 X 1024 = 2097152 KB

= 2097152 X 1024 = 2147484648 BY

*CD-R 700 MB = 700X 1024 = 716800 KB

= 716800 X 1024 = 734003200 BY

HOW MANY TIMES =2147484648 \ 734003200= = 2.93 BYTES


E=> Estimate how man times larger the storage of a flash of 2 GB is, compared to the storage of a CD-R of 700 MB. 19/1000=0,019 =1/0,09= 0,019 *100 =1,9%

c.

Use the sh t-cut meth d to evaluate the followin , write the result in scientific notation then round it to 2 significant digits: (show the steps in details)((5.0 x 105) x (9.8 x 10 9) )/ (2.0 x 10 12)

IS Wi-Fi is wireless technology that uses radio waves to provide high speed connection ,between sender &receiver. Also it has Basic Requirements of Wi -Fi such as ,High Speed Access ,and NIW getaway ,Wireless local area NIW , also Signal Transmission . The Wi-Fi Advantages Fast ,practical ,help people on the go if wi - fi router is near .also Wi-Fi Disadvantages Has problems with privacy .it is not that secure ,Scientists say that it could be brain damaging

The first essay .WI FI they have more basic Requirements of wi fi .the first one Access Point it is job is to broad cuts the wireless signals to other devices. Also Wi-Fi

Radio converts radio waves into binary code then convert the binary cod back into radio waves Frequency Range 2.4GHZ or 5GHZbecause of it is high frequency they can deliver more data . WIMAE 4G advanced wireless communication technology came to replace wi fi .it is digital communication system know as IEEE 80216, IT PROVIDES BROAD BAND WIRELESS ACCESS ->up to 30miles wimax is an alternative to DSL& Cable advantages , low cost ,fast connectivity c over alarg area ,No need for cable services . Disadvantages ,rquires ,strong electrical support . How does WiMAX work :wimax Tower :wimax receiver Satellite ,physical object that rotates around the earth

Types of satellite passive satellite & active satellite Satellite A application Satellite Services ,Antisatellite Satellite is communication it is point ,and used a repeater mobile

such as ,fixed

communication Elements

Satellite Stabilized 1)MEO LOW EARTH ORBITS

**References**


broad cast Satellite &ground station

Question T hree (30 m

1. ^Wireless Home Networking with Virtual WiFi Hotspot"

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