NS2 stands for Network Simulator Version 2. It is an open-source event-driven
simulator designed specifically for research in computer communication networks.
This article discusses features of NS2, its installation on Windows 7 and an
example scenario to run on NS2
A tablet personal computer (tablet PC) is a portable personal computer
equipped with a touch screen as a primary input device, and running a modified
desktop OS such as android or iOS. The term was made popular as a concept in the
years 2000 and 2001, but tablet PCs now refer to any tablet-sized (approx. 7”
screen size) personal computer regardless of the operating system.
Cloud computing is a technology which uses Internet and central servers to
provide computation, software, data access and storage. End user does not
require any knowledge of the physical location and configuration of the system
that delivers the services. This article gives information about what is cloud
computing, how it works, its types, advantages, standards and service providers
for cloud computing.
Broadband Internet Technologies
Broadband is a term
referred to some technologies that offers high-speed Internet connectivity
depending on framework and environment. In general
terms broadband referred
to communication technology that can employ different channels of data or data
streams by using any medium (air or Physical). This article gives information about
Various broadband technologies (Wired and Wireless)
WiMAX, LTE and 3G/3.5G -Intro
WiMAX Technology is one of the emerging wireless technology that provide us high speed mobile data
and telecommunication services. This article gives information about WiMAX
architecture, features, standards, security, advantages and disadvantages. It
also provides a brief introduction of LTE (Long Term Evolution) and its
comparison with WiMAX and 3G technologies.
Cellular phone or Mobile phone is a very common gadget used in everyday life
for making calls to accessing internet to viewing documents and many more.
Today's cell phone technology is advancing rapidly and new features are added
with every new release. This article describes various features of cellular
phones, hardware, different operating systems in Cellular phones.
A satellite phone is a phone that uses satellites for communication (receiving and sending signals) instead of terrestrial lines. Ideally, these phones enable
communication anywhere around the world irrespective of location whereas normal cell phones require proper terrestrial network coverage to enable communication.
This article describes the components, functionality of satellite phones and comparison of different satellite phones.
A tutorial on IPv6
Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) is the next generation Internet Protocol (IP) for Internet Networking, which is often treated as successor to Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4).
This article includes addressing basics, Loop Back address, Header information, Features of IPv6 and differences between IPv4 and IPv6.
Microsoft VB.NET – Drag-n-Drop Program
Microsoft VB.NET is one of the fastest growing programming language for desktop and web-based applications. The article provides with code, an advanced feature of the
VB.NET programming language, i.e. drag-and-drop feature. Example program is available for download. The article is useful for VB.NET programmers trying to use drag-n-drop