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What is multi hop?
In multi-hop wireless networks, communication between two end nodes is carried out through a number of intermediate nodes whose function is to relay information from one point to another.
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A "hop" has to do with network routing. If you are on a particular IP network, for example 192.168.1.0, and you need to get to 192.168.4.0, data must travel through a router. …A router provides interfaces to join at least two distinct networks. If your data travels through only one router to get to a different network, that network is considered to be one "hop" away. Data moving through additional networks to get to the destination network increase the hop count by one for each router. Thus, in the above example, if the first router had an interface attached to the 192.168.1.0 network, and another interface attached to 192.168.2.0; and then if the next router had an interface on 192.168.2.0 and one on 192.168.3.0; and then if the next router had an interface on 192.168.3.0 and one on 192.168.4.0; then the data would travel through --one, two, three-- routers to get to the destination network. In this case, network 192.168.4.0 would be three hops away from 192.168.1.0.
no, neither can they jump or skip, they only like to have one foot off the ground at any one time . They are not made that way, they are just too heavy
Multi-tasking is a sort of generic term that can mean almost anything, so I'm guessing that you might be referring to multi-threading. (To my knowledge and recollection,… multi-tasking is more of a layman's term) Multi-threading is one process (or application) executing multiple "threads" or tasks in parallel. For instance, it might be faster to divide up a large math problem into three parts and execute them in parallel. A single processor can't actually execute the threads simultaneously; rather, it quickly switches from one thread to the next, giving each thread a share of time to use. This happens so quickly that it appears to be in parallel. Multi-processing is dividing a given task into several smaller tasks and delegating those tasks to more than one processor. Multi-threading (or "multi-tasking") may be used on one or more processors and is not limited to multi-processor machines. There's a lot more to it, but that's a start.
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Standing on the balls of your feet, hop up on one foot and land on that same foot. Then take three small steps. Repeat, starting with the other foot. The hop step is actually …done before the first beat of the measure, as a preparation. The overall body motion should be up and down, not side to side.
A fruiting vine similar to grapes used in making beer.
Multi User: In the computer usage, if there are more CPUs and more users are connected to the same computer with more cpu buit into it. So that any user request may be div…erted in to the idle cpus in the gang. The no. of cpus in the gang will be decided by the traffic of the no. of users. This concept is helpful for the real time jobs. Multi Programming: in which there is only one cpu with many programs that can be run. However, in the same machine we have to submit more jobs. Here the process may not be real time jobs. Because if one job completes inside the CPU then only the other jobs may enter into CPU for its turns. In this case Multiprogramming; the time sharing concepts may be introduced to allocate job run time for important programs with high priority.
It's more correctly spelled hip-hop.
frogs, rabbits,kangaroos, cheetas, and human are some animals that can hop.
Yes, toads can hop, but they have shorter legs than a frog. Therefore, though toads can hop, they can't jump like frogs can.
The LANs themselves are no different depending on the number of hops. The number of hops to get to another LAN is based on the number of other routers the packet must pass th…rough to get there. The LANs don't care about the difference between a single and a multiple hop.
It means only if you are a bunny and or rabbit you can deliver mail.
Routing is the process of deciding where to send signals in a network. Multi-hop routing involves sending signals through multiple stops instead of one long pathway.
A member of the force that under Baber conquered India in 1526. sweet