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Reliable Data Transmission Over Wireless Network

This report specifies the wireless secured communication in an enterprise when there is increasing demand of ubiquitous multimedia data services, future wireless networks are expected to provide services with wider coverage area, reliable and higher data throughput with security. ...

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Wireless Technology

Handheld wireless radios such as this Maritime VHF radio transceiver use electromagnetic waves to implement a form of wireless communications technology. ...

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Video Transmission In Wireless Mesh Networks

Recently there has been research interest in supporting Wireless Mesh Networks (WMN). ...

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Performance Of A Coded Multi Carrier Ds Cdma System In Multi Path Fading Channels

The signal is initially generated is in the form of an analog electrical voltage or current, produced for example by a microphone or some other type of transducer. ...

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The Secret Language Of Leadership

Selected in 2000 as one of the world’s ten most admired knowledge leader, Steve Denning is an award winner for the books «The secret language of leadership» and «the leader’s guide to storytelling». ...

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Non Profit Versus For Profit Organisations

For-profit organisations are meant for maximisation of profit - as it suggests when we say 'for-profit' - which goes back to the owner where as non-profit organisations (NPOs) are quite different - they are not... ...

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Artificial Neural Networks

This dissertation examines and analyzes the use of the Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) to forecast the London Stock Exchange. Specifically the importance of ANN to predict the future trends and value of the financial market is demonstrated. There are several contributions of this study to this area... ...

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