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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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What is 4G and LTE (Long Term Evolution Advanced) ? - Explained

What is 4G and LTE (Long Term Evolution Advanced) ? - Explained

After introducing Long Term Evolution which is considered as 3.9G or Cellular network generation 3.9, 3GPP made enhancements and released the release version 10 in March 2011. What is Long Term Evolution Advanced? LTE Advanced or Long Term Evolution Advanced considered as the 4th Generation or the 4G cellular network that we use in most of the countries. LTE Advanced uses the same frequencies which used by the LTE or long term evolution cellular networks. Technology LTE advanced or 4G networks powered with the below mentioned technological advancements which were proposed and researched by the telecommunication organizations in the world. - Support for relay node base stations. - Coordinated multipoint (CoMP) transmission and reception - UE Dual TX antenna solutions for SU-MMO and diversity MIMO, commonly referred to as 2x2 MIMO - Scalable system bandwidth exceeding 20 MHz, up to 100 MHz. - Carrier aggregation of contiguous and non-contiguous spectrum allocatio

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What is Nano SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)? - Explained

What is Nano SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)? - Explained

After succeeding from the Micro SIM, Nano SIM card is the 4th generation SIM card which introduced into the world in 11th October 2012. Nano SIM also known as the 4FF or Fourth Form Factor SIM card. Length Width Thickness Nano SIM 12.30 mm 8.80 mm 0.67 mm Nano SIM is only consist of a small thin layer of pvc materials in the edge of the connectors to fit in the SIM card tray. Connectors are the same as which were presented in Mini SIM , Micro SIM .

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What is Micro SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)? - Explained

What is Micro SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)? - Explained

Micro SIM or Micro Subscriber Identity Module is the third generation SIM card type which introduced to the world. Micro SIM cards also known as 3FF or Three Form Factor SIM Cards. Micro SIM introduced by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) with the 3GPP and other telecommunication giants. The major intention was by introducing the Micro SIM cards, is to reduce the space utilization inside the phone for the SIM card which had the possibility to reduce the size of the SIM card. Length Width Thickness Micro SIM 15.00 mm 12.00 mm 0.76 mm The copper contacts arrangement and the technology was same in the Micro SIM card which was in Mini SIM Card . The very first smart phone which had a micro SIM card slot was apple iPhone 4 which released in 2010.

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What is IP (Internet Protocol)? - Explained

What is IP (Internet Protocol)? - Explained

What is IP? IP stands for Internet Protocol which is the principal communication protocol in the internet protocol suite. IP address is performing two major functions. Host or network interface identification and location addressing. When a device attached to a network like a WiFi, WAN or LAN or Intranet, that particular device gets an address which is unique to the device. That address is just like a phone number or a house address, but it's a digital address which is unique to the device and bonded with the MAC address of the device. Versions IP Version Bits No. of Addresses IPv4 32 bit ~18 Million Addresses IPv6 128 bits ~3.403e+38 Million Addresses

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What is Mini SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)? - Explained

What is Mini SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)? - Explained

Image of a Mini SIM Card by Internet Mini SIM is the enhanced and upgraded version of full size SIM card which was a size of a credit card. Mini SIMs carried the technology which is compressed into a small area of the SIM card which shown in the below table. Length Width Thickness Mini SIM 25.00 mm 15.00 mm 0.76 mm Mini SIM introduced to the world in 1996 and the size of the mini SIM was 2FF also known as 2 form factor. Mini SIM developed by compacting the hardware which were built in a distributed card which is the size of a credit card to much smaller size and the copper plates on top of the Mini SIM card was the connectors to the mainboard of the cellular device. Almost all the people considered Mini SIM as the standard SIM or the regular SIM in the industry. People got the opportunity to use the same Mini SIM card with the credit card size adapter in the older phones which is capable only to read Full Size SIM Cards and to use in the newest devices at the

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What is Full Size SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)? - Explained

What is Full Size SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)? - Explained

Cellular Mobile Phone which uses Full Size SIM Card. Image by Internet. Full Sized SIM card is the very first generation of the Subscriber Identity Module which introduced to the general public. By using the Full Sized SIM card , people used to insert the full size SIM card into the back of the telephones which are capable of reading the full size SIM cards and used to make calls with the available credit balance of the SIM . The size of the full size SIM card was 85.60 mm X 53.98 mm X 0.76 mm. Which is a similar size to the credit card. The full size SIM card is known as the 1st form factor SIM card or 1FF SIM card . Full size SIM cards were introduced in 1991 under the standard reference of ISO/IEC 7810:2003, ID-1. With the evolution of the devices and cellular mobile networks, the SIM cards also got smaller in size and got advanced features into the SIM card .

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What is SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)? - Explained

What is SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)? - Explained

What is SIM? SIM or Subscriber Identity Module or Subscriber Identification Module is a commonly named as a card which needed to operate the smart phone, mobile device. Inside the SIM there is an IC or an integrated circuit that embedded with the International Mobile Subscriber Identity which also known as IMSI number and the key which needs to authenticate cellular network providers. Apart from the Smart Phones and other devices, in 4G routers and satellite phones, Satellite Internet Adapters or dongles, uses the same SIM card to validate the users and the number from the cellular network provider. Technology SIM is made out of PVC and the inside there are semiconductors which does the electronic part of the SIM card. SIMs can be used in multiple devices if the handset is supported for SIM version but only one at a time. SIM contains it's unique serial number which is known as ICCID, international mobile subscriber identity (IMSI) number, security authentication an

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What is NFC (Near Field Communication)? - Explained

What is NFC (Near Field Communication)? - Explained

NFC logo is a trademark of the respective organizations. What is NFC NFC is a communication channel or a protocol to transmit  data  in  low frequency for a very low distance. NFC stands for Near Field Communication. From the start of the NFC, it became popular with the time. The distance where the NFC communication is capable is around 4cm which is 1.6 by inches. Since NFC is wireless, it's used in many applications in real life and business world. Technology NFC operates on 13.56 MHz on ISO/IEC 18000-3 air interface at a speed of 106 kbit/s to 424 kbit/s. NFC initiate a radio frequency which can power non-powered devices like tags, stickers, cards which does have RF tag embedded. NFC is used in many credit cards to enable the touch and go capability. Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Ali Pay and many more online payment services use NFC to authenticate transactions. 

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What is LTE (Long Term Evolution)? - Explained

What is LTE (Long Term Evolution)? - Explained

1. What is LTE or Long Term Evolution? LTE stands for Long Term Evolution. LTE is succeeded from the 3G or 3rd Generation Cellular networks and introduced by 3GPP. In many cases LTE or Long Term Evolution is considered as the 3.9G or Generation 3.9 cellular networks. LTE or Long Term Evolution cellular network related release made by 3GPP in the release version 8 and added some minor enhancements in the release version 9. 2. Technology LTE or the Long Term Evolution uses different bands and frequencies to transmit signals to air and the base stations and the handsets needs to be upgraded to a new set of hardware components to operate. LTE also uses two technologies to deliver the services. They are LTE-TDD also known as Long Term Evolution Time Division Duplex and LTE-FDD also known as Long Term Evolution Frequency Division Duplex. 3. LTE Frequencies and Bands Band Duplex Mode Frequency Common Term Uplink MHz Downlink MHz Duplex Spacing MHz Channel Bandw

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