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What is a Computer? - Explained

What is a Computer? - Explained

Image of a Computer in Flickr under Creative Commons Category. What is a Computer? The computer that we know is a laptop, server, desktop computer do have a long history which runs to decades. To become the computers that we have today, there were huge amount of researches and sacrifices from the engineers, scientists, programmers in the world.  Humans invented computers to basic calculations and to keep records. With the time and after implementing the first computer generation computers, engineers and businesses kept researching about computers to make them more user friendly and cost efficient.  Computers were not fast as now in early days. They were slow, large in size, costed more than a house, needed so much knowledge to operate. With the time and as a result of researching and investments into the development of products, Computers became what we used today on daily basis. Computer Generations? From the it's origin of the computers, we are using much effic

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What is Wealth Management? - Explained

What is Wealth Management? - Explained

Most of the humans do have multiple income channels or even single income channel. Many human beings does hold assets which we received from a friend, family or by a business. The assets which does have a tangible valuation is considered as wealth of a particular person or multiple people. 1. What is Wealth Management? The wealth or the tangible assets which does have a market value needs to be managed in a systematic manner to make use of it in the future or to sell in the future at a good market price.  Wealth management could be in multiple ways to different types of wealth product.   1.1 Manage Wealth in Cash The most common type of wealth management is the money. Money is the famous wealth product which everybody does hold most of the time. There are multiple ways where a person can manage wealth which is on cash. Cash can be invested on a Stock Exchange for a good company shares. Usually this is done by a professional financial analysts advice and there are m

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What is Profit? - Explained

What is Profit? - Explained

All the business organizations in the world does something to keep the business running. Apart from the capital what a business owner or a investor invests in to the business , business does trades to achieve a target of sales to keep the business sustainable . Why Profits? There are business organization which are profit oriented and non profit oriented. Among those two types of businesses , there are organizations which are running a business which is oriented on profits and which are not oriented on profits. Profit oriented or non profit oriented businesses needs to make a profit to sustain in the business rather going bankrupt . The business itself can't sustain by paying the office rent, salary for the staffs and settling other utility bills from the business owner's or the investor's capital amount what they invested into the business . Business needs to make sales the products or the services what the business intended to sell as the cor

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What is Barometer? - Explained

What is Barometer? - Explained

Image of a Barometer. 1. What is Barometer? Barometer is a type of a sensor which use to measure the atmospheric pressure of a place or a venue. Barometers can be used in indoor and outdoor applications. By depending on the requirement of the barometer type, there are multiple barometer types invented and used in the world. The new types of barometers are invented to overcome certain problems that typical barometers does have. 2. Types of Barometers There are multiple types of barometers has been invented by multiple inventors across the world. There are barometers which are based on Water, Mercury and other types of applications. Water Based Barometers Mercury Barometers Vacuum pump oil barometer Aneroid Barometers MEMS barometers 3. Usage of Barometer Barometers are used majorly in the early stage to capture meteorology and weather related surveys and analytics. With the time barometers were used in areo-planes, balloons, vehicles, rockets, computers, DIY

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What is USB 3.2? - Explained

What is USB 3.2? - Explained

USB Type C or USB-C Connector Socket. What is USB 3.2? USB 3.2 is all about new technology. A new socket and a new encoding pattern. In July 25th 2017 the USB 3.0 Promoter Group released a pending update to the USB Type C Specification which defined the double speed of bandwidth. Technology USB Type C or USB-C is a USB connector type which can enable the speed of 20Gbit/s with the generation 2 USB 3.2.  USB-C or USB Type C connector does have 24 pins and specification for USB Type-C cable was published by USB Implementers Forum or USB-IF in August 2014. Increase of Pins means Increasing of data lanes and Increasing of Data Lanes means Increasing of Bandwidth. As a result of increasing data lanes, the bandwidth got increased and multi lane data transfer came into live. USB Type C Male Socket. USB Type C Female Socket. By using the old specification of USB 3.2 specification, Super Speed USB Type C 3.1 cables got the capability to transfer 10 Gbit

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What is USB 3.1? - Explained

What is USB 3.1? - Explained

What is USB 3.1? USB 3.1 is the succeeding version of the USB 3.0 which is 5Gbit/s, in January 2013 the USB group announced plans to update the USB 3.0 Specification. In 31st of July 2013 the USB 3.1 Specification released by the USB group replacing the USB 3.0 Standards which were released earlier. Technology There were two generations in the USB 3.1 version. The generation 3.1 or the Gen 1 named as Super Speed which can transfer data at a speed of 5Gbit/s data signaling rate over 1 Lane using 8b/10b encoding which was the same as USB 3.0 . USB 3.1 Gen 2 or the Generation 2 of USB 3.1 had the capability to transfer data at a speed of 10Gbit/s data rate over 1 lane using 128b/132b encoding. 

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What is USB 3.0? - Explained

What is USB 3.0? - Explained

What is USB 3.0? After getting advanced and succeeding from USB 2.0 , to provide high speed data transfer rates USB 3.0 or Universal Serial Bus Version 3.0 introduced in November 12th of 2008. Though there's not really a way to identify USB 1.0 and USB 2.0 sockets, USB 3.0 sockets can be identified at a glance due to the blue color socket. Technology USB 3.0 is capable of transfering data at a speed of 5Gbit/s also known as SuperSpeed. To achieve the high speed data transfer USB 3.0 uses two unidirectional Data paths instead of one data path to receive and transfer data. USB 3.0 complied with U0 and U3 link power managements protocols. Because of the high speed data rates, people started use USB 3.0 to storage solutions as well. With the demand of USB 3.0 based storage products, there were multiple organization who started to build services upon USB 3.0. Socket Types Type Image Standard Type A Type B Micro Micro B

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What is USB 2.0? - Explained

What is USB 2.0? - Explained

USB extension Cable. Image by Internet. What is USB 2.0? USB 2.0 introduced to the world in 2000 or the millennium. After succeeding from the USB 1.0 and USB 1.1 , the further advancement to the USB is made out by the generation 2.0 or the USB Version 2.0. Technology USB 2.0 carried a high speed bandwidth at 480Mbit/s at the highest speed. Apart from the USB Type A and Type B, There were multiple standards introduced into the technology world. Charging batteries by using the USB also got possible with USB 2.0 Protocol for the attached devices. In USB 2.0, the charging or current flow of 1.5A by using the current flow connectors were possible and a highest current flow of 5A also got possible with the USB 2.0. USB 2.0 started supporting USB OTG or USB On the Go connectivity. OTG or USB on the go connectivity allows the users to operate mobile devices by using the OTG Connectivity. In USB 1.0 and 1.1 the capability was only for connect one device to a one USB

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What is USB 1.0? - Explained

What is USB 1.0? - Explained

USB Type A and USB Type B ports. What is USB 1.0? USB 1.0 or Universal Serial Bus version 1.0 is the very first USB technology version introduced in January 1996. The reason for introducing USB is to standardize the wired cable connectivity for the input and output devices. After introducing the USB 1.1 to the market by USB Type A or USB Type B, the legacy connectivity ports which we used in the old mouse and keyboards got a threat of extinction due to the faster and user friendly cables. Technology USB or Universal Serial Bus uses serial protocol to pass data. Unlike the Serial Ports USB does have only four connectivity lines in a single port. Two connectivity lines are to transfer data and the other two connectivity lines to transfer electricity.  The first generation USB or the Generation 1.0 USB ports were not that popular and they had needed driver to installed by a Mini CD to function USB ports. With the time and by USB 2.0 only the USB became really a plug and

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What is a Battery? - Explained

What is a Battery? - Explained

Multiple Types of Batteries. Image from Internet. What is a battery? A battery is a type of an energy storing equipment. Battery stores energy in the form of electrical energy. By making a chemical reaction inside the battery cell, is how the battery stores energy inside the battery which also known as a electrochemical reaction.  Batteries do have two terminal, which is positive also known as cathode and negative also known as anode. Batteries are made up of different types of materials, where some materials are chemical and some materials are rare earth materials.  Batteries does have different characteristics in them which also depending on the technology inside the battery and the materials which are inside the battery. The power of the battery and the capacity of the battery is captured by volts and amperes. Depending on the battery's characteristics and features, batteries are capable of different roles like heavy duty, high discharging, low discharging and et

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What is Finger Print Scanner? - Explained

What is Finger Print Scanner? - Explained

Fingerprint enabled ATM. Image by Internet and the copyrights goes to original creator. What is Finger Print Scanner? To identify individuals rather than using an identity card, RF card or a passport, it's easy to use finger prints to identify the human being, finger prints on fingers. Since finger prints are unique from each and every person, the replication issues also cannot take place when identifying the humans. Technology Just like the Iris Scanners , Finger Print Scanners generates a binary code or a hash code after scanning the finger prints according to a pre-defined algorithm. Finger print scanners are cheap compared with the iris scanners which are available in the market due to less components in the finger print scanners than iris scanners . Finger prints are widely used in the government projects, military, offices, schools to authenticate people, employees with the lowest cost bio-metric scanners .

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What is Iris Scanner? - Explained

What is Iris Scanner? - Explained

Iris Scanner in Military Field. Image by Wikipedia What is Iris Scanner? Iris Scanner is type of a bio-metric scanner which is capable of scanning the iris of a living beings. Iris Scanner helps to identify living beings by scanning the eye and the iris of the living being who does have an eye. Iris scanners has helped in many military activities, security and many more fields to identify the right people.  It's bit easy to copy the finger prints from a human being and present it to bypass a security protocol, but with Iris Scanners, since the iris scanners are scanning the iris which is inside of the human eye, it's hard to duplicate the iris of a person with the same accuracy. Technology Iris scanners works with digital camera and a IR camera inbuilt. The most accurate iris scanners does have laser calipered, IR and high resolution camera to capture the most unique data which are there in the Iris which includes blood vessels. After capturing an image

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