Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Free webinar on Clean Energy Innovation by IEEE

Free webinar on Clean Energy and  Innovation by IEEE Nagpur Subsection with E-certificate

Webinar is organised by IEEE YCCE Student Branch. PES Day 2021 is being celebrated in April Month and we have came up once again with an amazing interactive webinar and fun activity for you all , on account of IEEE PES Day 2021. 

Webinar by IEEE

Topic: Clean Energy Innovation 

Date: 21 April, 2021 

Time: 12.00 PM Onward (IST)  

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Speaker: Nanu Jagdamwar, Founder of Novel Technology Pvt. Ltd and Application development associate at Accenture India.

Topics to be covered 

  • How we can adopt clean energy? 
  • Advantages of clean energy. 
  • How can we convert an idea into a final product? 
  • Speaker’s Innovation related to clean energy. 

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Sunday, April 18, 2021

Learn Machine Learning in 5 Days - free webinar with E-certificate

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What is 3G? 3G full Form.

 What is Third generation of wireless network ( 3G) ?

3G means Third generation of wireless network which is upgraded version after 2G ( Second generation) 3G systems provide wireless access in methods that have never been possible earlier.

  • Companies developing 3G equipment were with a view so that the users can have the ability to receive live music, conduct interactive web sessions and have simultaneous voice and data access with multiple devices at the same time using a single mobile handset, whether driving, walking, or standing still in an office.

  • The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) devised a plan to implement a global frequency band in the 2000 MHz range that would support a wireless communication standard for all countries all over the world called as International Mobile Telephone 2000 (IMT-2000).

  • It was successful in technical analysis for new high speed mobile telephone solutions in comparison to the 2G. 

  • However, the hope for a single worldwide standard has not happened, as the worldwide user community spilt between two standards: GSM/IS-136/PDC and CDMA.

  • The final 3G evolution for 2G CDMA systems leads to cdma2000.

  • Several variation of CDMA 2000 ware currently being developed, but they all are based on the principles of IS-95 and IS-95B technologies.

  • The final 3G evolution for GSM, IS-136 and PDC systems leads to Wideband CDMA (W-CDMA), also called Universal Mobile Telecommunication Service (UMTS).
Advantages of the 3G networks
  • Multi-megabit Internet access
  • Communications using Voice over internet Protocol (VoIP)
  • Voice activated calls 
  •  Unparalleled networks capacity
  •  Ubiquitous "always-on" access
  • 3G network 3g speed is 14 Mbps 


Saturday, April 17, 2021

Free 5 Days workshop on UX Designer Training and challenge

 Free 5 Days workshop on UX Designer Training and challenge From UXReactor


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Free 5 Days workshop on UX Designer Training and challenge From UXReactor Co-Founder Prasad Kantamneni.

Date of Workshop:-  April 19th - 23rd

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About Prasad Kantamneni

Founder at UXReactor, Chief Coach at UXReactor Academy

Prasad focuses on data-driven design and spent 15 years working with Fortune 500 companies. One of his proudest achievements is using data to create a case and drive the launch of Yahoo!’s search assistance feature (also referred to as search suggestions), a feature that touches most internet users across the planet today.

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Wireless network Evolution from 2G to 2.5G and what is 2.5G wireless network?

Wireless network Evolution from 2G to 2.5G and what is 2.5G wireless network?

 Evolution to 2.5G Mobile Radio Networks:

  • The 2G digital standards have been widely used by wireless carriers for cellular and PCS since the 1990s. They use circuit-switched data modems that limit the data users to a signal circuit-switched voice channel. 
  • Thus, the data transmissions in 2G standards are generally limited to the data throughout rate of an individual user. 
  • Each and every 2G standard specifies different coding schemes and error protection algorithms for data transmission versus voice transmissions. 
  • However the data throughput rate for the computer data is approximately the same as the throughput rate for speech coded voice data in all 2G standards.
  • The short messaging service (SMS) is a feature of GSM. The subscribers can send short real time messages to the other subscribers in the same network by dialing the receiver's mobile phone number.
  • In order to make the 2G standards compatible with the increased output data rates that are desired for modern Internet applications, new standards have been developed. These new standards are upgraded upon the existing 2G standards.
  • These new standards represents 2.5G technology. They allow the existing 2G handsets to be modified and implemented with new base station add-ons and subscriber unit software upgrades to support higher data rates transmission for web browsing, e-mail traffic mobile commerce (m-commerce), location-based mobile services. 
  • The 2.5G technologies also support web browsing format language, called Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). WAP allows the web pages to be observed in a compressed format. WAP is designed for small, portable hand held devices.
  • For a specific wireless network the 2.5G upgrade path must match with the earlier 2G technology by the same network so that it is compatible at the base station.
  • A wide range of 2.5G standards have been developed to allow each of the 2G technology (IS-136, GSM, CDMA) to be upgraded for faster Internet data rates.

Friday, April 16, 2021

What is 2G? What is the meaning of second generation?

What is 2G? What is the meaning of second generation?


2nd Generation wireless network:

  • After few years of 1st generation network 2G wireless network was introduced in 1992, is the 2nd generation of mobile technology and this network was the first to utilise digital encryption on conversations.
  • 2G wireless networks was the first to offer internet services and SMS text messaging, 
  • The 2nd generation cellular systems given more characteristics in comparison to the 1st generation system. 

  • The 1st generation cellular systems were based on analog transmissions on FDMA/FDD and analog FM The 2nd generation (2G) cellular systems use digital modulation formats including the TDMA/FDD and the CDMA/FDD multiple access techniques.
  • The 2nd generation standards include three TDMA standard and one CDMA standard. And they are as follows:

         1. Global System Mobile (GSM)

         2.Interim Standard 136 (IS-136)

         3.Pacific Digital Cellular (PDC)

         4. Interim standard 95 CDMA (IS-96)

  • In the three TDMA standards, the spectral band is subdivided into many time slots. These time slots form TDMA frames.
  • Every subscriber will be assigned time slots in which transmission can occur. The cellular traffic congestion is minimized by this technology. The TDMA standards use half duplex methods. Other features of the TDMA are:

     i) Operates at faster data rates.

    ii) Utilizes the spectrum efficiently.

   iii) Provides good synchronisation.

   iv).It has guard intervals for better operation.

  • In the CDMA standard (IS-95) every subscriber is assigned an n-bit code and assures a high degree of security than other access methods.
  • The transmission of several users is differentiated by a code word that has been assigned to every subscriber. 
  • Thus, TDMA and CDMA in 2G standards provide less design complexity, more security, faster speeds of transmission and high reliability than the 1G systems.
  • A simple comparison with respect to growth of number of mobile users as the technology moves from 1G to 2G in 2001 

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