What is the minimum broadband speed required for a WiFi modem to run or transmit a WiFi signal?
Wifi needs a minimum speed of at least 256 kbps. If you're kbps rate is higher than that you should be able to transmit a signal.
tranducer is device which convert the signal from one domain to another domain,, like sound energy signal in electric signal or vice versa.... transponder is device that simply receives the signal,,then performs the operation on that signal like amplification if required,, after that transmit that signal... it does not change the domain of signal. "Er. Deepak chaudhary"
Modulation can be thought of as the addition of what we want to transmit to the carrier signal. We say that we modulate (add information or intelligence to) that carrier, so given that, it is fairly easy to see that we are required to modulate the carrier before we transmit that carrier signal. Without any modulation, the carrier is the only thing transmitted. We'd see only that carrier if we intercepted or received the signal.
You will required a RCA cable to transmit the visual signal from your PC to your TV as long as you have the connection on the rear of the TV and an standard audio cable with a 3.5mm jack to transmit the audio signal You need to have the relevant connection on your TV. basically look on the rear for audio input and the RCA or PC connection. It looks similar to a printer port.
modulation means transmitting the signal which is to be transmitted along with the carrier wave, then at the receiver it is separated from the carrier and demodulated. So modulation is needed so as to transmit the signal over long distances with higher accuracy. Hence it is required before multiplexing.
BASEBAND is when a signal is in it's native format. For example, voice has a baseband of 20-20000Hz. BROADBAND is typically referring to a case where a signal is modulated out of its baseband into another "carrier signal." Typically, that broadband medium is shared by many different baseband signals. For example, FM Radio signals have a baseband of human voice, and that baseband is modulated on to a carrier in the 88-108 MHz range. Dozens…
AM was used for the video signal because components to transmit and receive the video signal (tubes, originally) were not available that could modulate the frequency fast enough for the amount of information required for a video signal. The VHF band, where most of television broadcasts resided until the the adoption of Digital Television (DTV) was also being used for FM audio broadcasts.
modem means modulator demodulator. it converts digital signal to analog signal. it is use to transmit computer signal (digital signal) over the telephone line to communicate to other computers. modem converts the computer digital signal into frequency (analog signal) so that it can transmit over the telephone line and at the receiving end the modem converts the analog signal back to digital for the receiving computer to understand it.
Sky Broadband is a very reputable company. However You may want to make sure that they have a strong signal in your area before you commit to purchasing an installation package. This can be done easily by calling them directly and asking them if your adress has a strong signal. The number should be easily located on the web page.
I have dell laptop which is not blue tooth enabled what components do i need to surf anywhere in my home wirless understanding i dont have a desktop if i get broadband?
First of all, you need to buy your laptop a wireless internet card. any will do.. as long as it's made for laptops.. Once you do that, you need to get a broadband connection.. if the broadband connection you get already comes with a modem wich casts a wireless signal, you're good to go, all you would need to do is install the wireless card in you pc. If your broadband modem does not cast…
In order for two devices to communicate the transmit signal wire must be connected to the receive wire. A crossover cable accomplishes this. With a straight through cable you would have a transmit signal connected to a transmit signal, which is similar to two people talking at once (and no one listening). In a network scenario a straight through cable would cause constant collisions.
The crossover cable switches the signals between one end of the cable to the other. This causes the transmit signal on one end to be the receive signal on the other end. The reason for crossing over is to allow a transmitting system to send signals to a receiving system. Without crossing over the signals a transmit signal would arrive at a transmit signal, which is equivalent to a person talking to another person without…