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Gain: Input & output Photon relation...making it more simple.

What is a 30 dB gain means???Puzzled..Earlier I use to be the same  but its really simple to understand.It means:-For every input PHOTON there will be 1000 PHOTON's at output. That's what Gain is..              X dB is 10x/10You can verify the same wit…

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Analog vs Digital Fiber Optic Transmission Comparison

Understanding Synchronization Protection Basics in Transmission Network

Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD) -Important Parameter for Optical Link Design

>> What is PMD versus Differential Group Delay (DGD)?

Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD) is the average Differential Group Delay (DGD) one expects to see when measuring an optical fiber.
DGD is the time separation or delay between the two principle polarization modes of the transmission link at the re…

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Ethernet Testing Parameters

Testing Ethernet Services The Ethernet connections must be tested to ensure that they are operating correctly and also they are performing to the required levels.This is done by testing the bandwidth, the delay and the loss of frames in the connection. In Ethernet terms these are …

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Know-how for types of Viruses

Adware is software that presents banner ads or in pop-up windows through a bar that appears on a computer screen. Those advertising spots usually can't be removed and are consequently always visible. The connection data allow many conclusions on the usage behavior and are problematic in terms …

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Something about Gs in telecommunication world...

0G: phones, standing for the 1st generation of mobile phones, were satellite phones developed for boats mainly – but anyone could get one in one’s car in the beginning of the 90s for several thousand dollars. Networks such as Iridium, Global Star and Eutelsat were truly worldwide (although for physi…

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Difference between Symbian3 and Android2.2 Platforms for Mobile Phones

Symbian 3 vs Android 2.2 Gingerbread
Symbian 3 and Android 2.2 (Gingerbread) are operating systems for mobile phones and handheld devices. Symbian is an open source platform developed by Nokia and it is mainly used in Nokia phones while Android is also an open source platform developed by software gi…

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