CS MOBILE AND PERVASIVE COMPUTING. YEAR & SEM: IV & VII Jochen Burkhardt, Pervasive Computing: Technology and Architecture of Mobile. Internet Applications .. Write notes on wireless sessions protocol. 4. Discuss about. The fourth Year,seventh semester Anna University notes for Mobile And Pervasive Computing (Subject Code: CS) is made available. CSMOBILE AND PERVASIVE COMPUTING 4) Explain the various applications of mobile computing. . Write notes on wireless sessions protocol. 4.
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Mobbile are the two different possibilities for the location of the COA? Explain the bearer services, tele services and supplementary services of GSM networks. Why M-TCP needs a bandwidth manager?
It is easy to distribute data and code among all systems. Each node can communicate with another node, no access point controlling medium access is necessary. It is wireless internet.
The fields in the frame fulfill the following functions:. Within a connection TCP can give certain guarantees, such as in-order delivery or reliable data transmission using retransmission techniques.
How does the registration on layer 3 of a mobile node work? What is difference between Piconet and Scatternet? Define Dynamic Source Routing. What are the advantages come with I-TCP? Compare the different types of transmission errors that can occur in wireless and wired networks. The following three basic access mechanisms have been defined for IEEE The object is a sequence of header. The operation subsystem OSScontains all functions necessary for network operation and maintenance.
Pfrvasive is it done? What are application of pervasive devices? There can be two piconets without overlap. Where the WiMAX application is useful? It allows RSA encryption algorithm. Explain in detail about traditional TCP. Depending on protocol, Low to High.
How many types of TCP exist? GPRS provides packet mode transfer for applications.
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What are the sub layers of physical layer in How mobility is restricted using WLANs? UE receives data from different antennas at the same time makes a handover soft. What contains in Mobility binding?
The reverse operation, taking a packet out of the data part of another packet, is called decapsulation. What are the two types of error that may occur in Fingerprint authentication? One-time connection for the initial replication. In digital radio communications such as GSM multipath can cause errors and affect the quality of communications.
Differences in transmission power, antenna characteristics. What are the steps involved in Mobile Internet Protocol? A smooth handoff from one cell to the next requires that the mobile unit acquires the new cell before it relinquishes the old. State two service primitives offers CAC sub layer, for data transfer. What are the problem of proactive routing?
What are the work done by a node while it receives a route request? Jochen Burkhardt, Pervasive Computing: This can reduce the number of packets down to only two instead of seven.
How the security is provided in WAP phones? For structuring the dialogue between two devices. What are the primary goal of IEEE What are the advantages does the use of IPv6 offer for mobility? What are the tele services of GSM?
Pulling data from a cokputing is on the basis of client request. Describe Transaction and Session protocols of wireless. All user-related data is encrypted. List out its merits and demerits. Shortest interference spacing SIFS is the shortest waiting time for medium access is defined for short control messages such as acknowledgements for data packets or polling responses.