What ATM layer has no equivalent layer in the OSI reference model?
ATM consists of 3 layers AAL (adoption layer) ATM layer (similar to DataLink layer) and Physical layer. AAL layer has no equivalent in the OSI model.
4 layers are present in ATM reference modal 1.physical layer 2.ATM layer 3. ATM adaptation layer 4. higher layer Read More
osi modal is deovaped by iso company it has 7 layers but ATM modal has a 4 layers osi modal have a physical layer,datalink layer,network layer, trasport layer, session layer, perastion layer, application layer, but Read More
International Organization for Standardization (ISO) or Open Systems Interconnection Basic Reference Model has the following seven layers 1. Application layer,2. Presentation layer, 3. Session layer, 4. Transport layer, 5. Network layer, 6. Datalink layer and 7. Physical layer Asynchronous Transfer Mode is the most reliable mode of transmission used at present It has the following layers 1. Network layer 2. Data link layer 3. Physical layer OSI was used for transmission over unreliable medium while… Read More
Which one of the following technologies dsl sonet ATM or none of them operates at layer 3 of the osi model?
none of the above Read More
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This is equivalent to 0.2 atm. (152 mmHg)*(1 atm)/(760 mmHg)=0.2atm Read More
Yes, True Read More
Don't CHEET (CUD) Read More
All unregistered ATM cards start off with a default password of the decimal equivalent of the hex string A09G. Read More
OSI reference model as defined in ITU-T recommendation x.200(ITU-T as 1994d) is a logical architecture which defines a set of principles including protocol layering, layer service definition ,service primitives and independence. these principles are suitable for the definition of the B-ISDN /atm. However, not all of these principle have been fully applied in the B-ISDN PRM. Read More
Which? Where are the Options? WAN Technologies operate & involve Layer1, Layer2 & Layer3 of OSI Model. Example of WAN Technology Protocols are Frame Relay, ATM & X.25 protocols. Read More
ATM is the depth by which water resistance is measured on a watch. ATM stands for Atmospheres. 1 atmosphere is equivalent to appx. 33 feet depth in water. So if a watch is 3 ATM = 100 ft. water resistant. Read More
atm and frame-relay Read More
Why is the pressure at 14000 ft above sea level 0.69 ATM while the pressure at 14000 ft below sea level is 470 ATM?
The pressure of rarefied air is strongly different from the pressure of a big layer of water. Read More
Atm frame relay Read More
Switches, Bridges, NIC, Ethernet, ATM, MAC addresses, EUI48, EUI64 Read More
The atmospheric pressure (1 atm) is 101,325 Pa. In practice, it is usually approximated to 1 bar (100,000 Pa). In terms on barometric readings, it is 760 mmHg. Read More
ATM is the abbreviation of atmosphere which is used for nautical measurements 1ATM is equivalent to 33 feet so Ur wrist watch is resistant to 33ft wile diving.. Read More
1 atm (atmosphere) is the air pressure at the earths surface. It is equivalent to the pressure of a 10.3323m water column. So 5atm = 5x10.3323m = 51.6615m (of water). Read More
Transaction reports are those reports which is provided after a machine completes a process such as atm machines . These are needed for future reference Read More
This document describes the software requirements for an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) network. It is intended for the designer, developer and maintainer of the ATM. These are intended mainly for reference by people involved with the projects on a day to day basis, rather than as a general overview. The hardware, software and protocols described in these documents are all under active development. Read More
"3 ATM" on a watch is a pressure rating for 3 atmospheres (a unit of pressure equivalent to three times Earth's atmosphere) which is roughly equivalent to 30 meters (~100 feet) of water resistance (though most manufacturers will not recommend you swim or dive with it at all) Read More
The AAL is responsible to support multi-services/applications and different types of traffic such as voice, video and data. Read More
context model is used to show the external view of the system e.g In a ATM case ATM is a main system its external views is UI(user interface) Account system(Managing acount detail) database system etcc............................................................. Read More
An ATM charge is when you are using an ATM that is not the ATM of your bank' company. Therefore, they charge you for it Read More
The words ATM RFD on a bank statement have to do with ATM machine use. ATM RFD means ATM refund. Read More
You draw the money from the first ATM, then you walk/crawl/fly/swim to the other ATM and deposit it into that ATM. Read More
Atmospheric pressure is measured in "Standard Atmosphere" (atm). 1 atm is equivalent to the 101.325kPa (Kilo Pascals) On average is of the weight of a column of air, one square centimeter, measured from sea level to to the top of the atmosphere. Read More
The standard atmosphere, with the symbol atm, is an international reference pressure and used as a unit of pressure. There are 1.31578947 atmospheres in 1000 mm hg. Read More
What change in pressure would result in the volume of gas increasing A 2 ATM to 3 ATM B 3 ATM to 4 ATM C 4 ATM to 1 ATM D 1 ATM to 3 ATM?
Decreasing the pressure of a gas will increase its volume -- C Read More
If the ATM has a GPS system installed related to the other branches and ATM joints, you can check that. Read More
What pressure (in ATM) will a sample of O2 gas occupy at 100.0 mL if O2 has a volume of 25.00 mL at 2.0 ATM 4.0 ATM 0.50 ATM 8.00 ATM 2.0 ATM?
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ATM custodian is someone who maintains an ATM. Read More
An ATM Surcharge is the service charge that you have to pay for using a private ATM or the ATM of some other bank. For ex: If you have a Bank of America ATM and opt to use a private ATM machine in a shopping mall or a Chase bank ATM, then you will charged a surcharge for using an ATM that is not in Bank of America network because - the owner of the… Read More
ATM is a short form. Abbreviated form of ATM is Automated Teller Machine (ATM) Read More
ATM Devices ======================= An ATM network is made up of an ATM switch and ATM endpoints. An ATM switch is responsible for cell transit through an ATM network. The job of an ATM switch is well defined: it accepts the incoming cell from an ATM endpoint or another ATM switch. It then reads and updates the cell-header information and quickly switches the cell to an output interface toward its destination. An ATM endpoint (or end… Read More
What is the total pressure of a gas mixture containing partial pressures of 0.23 ATM 0.42 ATM and 0.89 ATM?
1.54 atm Read More
What is the total pressure of a gas mixture containing partial pressures of 0.23 ATM 0.43 ATM and 0.98 ATM?
The total pressure is the sum of partial pressures: 1,64 atm. Read More
ATM card readers built inside the ATM machines can read the magnetic strip that contains every information about the ATM card including the PIN number. Read More
According to the phase diagram for H2O what happens to the phases of water at 0 degC as the pressure is increased from 0 ATM to 10 ATM?
0 atm to 0.0060 atm = gas (it remains a gas/vapor until you reach the sublimation point, which for water at 0 °C occurs at 0.0060 atm) 0.00060 atm to 1 atm = solid 1 atm to 10 atm = liquid At 0.0060 atm water vapor and ice can co-exist in equilibrium At 1 atm ice and liquid water can coexist in equilibrium Read More
At 0 ATM the boiling point is extremely low. For example at 0.0000034 ATM, the boiling point is -67.78 Celsius. In an ideal vacuum it would be even lower than this but I don't know if it would be 0K or not. Referenced from the following resources: http://www.jbind.com/pdf/Cross-Reference-of-Boiling-Temps.pdf http://www.convertunits.com/from/psia/to/atmosphere+[standard] Read More
ATM Simulator is basically an application software which acts as a simulation to ATM. Read More
An ATM network is made up of an ATM switch and ATM endpoints. An ATM switch is responsible for cell transit through an ATM network. The job of an ATM switch is well defined: it accepts the incoming cell from an ATM endpoint or another ATM switch. It then reads and updates the cell-header information and quickly switches the cell to an output interface toward its destination. An ATM endpoint (or end system) contains an… Read More