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What is baseband broadband medium-access control and packet?


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2007-08-17 17:01:33
2007-08-17 17:01:33

Baseband broadband can be define as access in which networ work

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The packet it comes in mainly helps with organization and tracking. If you can keep track of your pills without the packet you can remove them. That's what my sister used to do.

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The header of an IP packet does not include fields required for reliable data delivery. There are no acknowledgments of packet delivery. There is no error control for data.

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Packet Internet Groper(PING) is an Internet Control Message Protocol(ICMP) request packet for it's working. ICMP packets are used to check networks are live or not. -- By MYNarutoAnime ----

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The packet size is important because the network can then allow for flow control via a pre-determined 'window'. If there is a lot of PDUs travelling, the network can slow down the flow control, and reduce the packet window - so the receiving end can keep pace with the transmission - in an attempt to avoid a slowdown in network performance. However, in some instances the packet size can be set so that it cannot be fragmented.

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A packet. A packet. A packet. A packet.


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