In this modern era, Wireless and Telecommunication have become an integral part of each other to provide wireless communication to the common man that helps people located in any part of the world communicate easily. Wireless communication technology transmits information over the air using electromagnetic waves like IR (Infrared), RF (Radio Frequency), satellite, etc. Examples, GPS, Wi-Fi, satellite television, wireless computer parts, wireless phones that include 3G and 4G networks, and Bluetooth. This white paper summarizes the importance of Wireless and telecommunications, and their advantages and disadvantages.
This course module provides students with the concepts and techniques to design and develop mobile applications with iOS/android OS and to understand the design and development process involved and state-of-the-art mobile usability testing methods. Students will develop a series of smaller iOS/android OS applications in weekly lab sessions as well as larger application as part of a course project. In the process of developing these applications, students will develop a strong understanding of the Swift programming language, iOS /android OS application development, mobile-centered design, and how to ensure technical quality in software development. The course utilizes a hands-on approach to guide students through learning and understanding the design and development process.The course will address the need for facilitating a 'global' user experience, through independent student projects that target a 'global or social' theme and deliver a complete solution involving design, development, and usability testing of a localized and responsive mobile application.
A database management system (DBMS) is the software that interacts with end users, applications, and the database itself to capture and analyze the data. The DBMS software additionally encompasses the core facilities provided to administer the database. The sum total of the database, the DBMS and the associated applications can be referred to as a database system. Often the term "database" is also used loosely to refer to any of the DBMS, the database system or an application associated with the database.
This course exposes the student to hardware components of computer system and software from technician’s point of view. The course teaches about CPU . types and installation, RAM types and installation, expanding computer using cards, troubleshooting computer problems, and installing OS and application packages. Solving problems related computer system, whether hardware or software, is what the course deals about.
After completion of this course, students will be able to:
Understand and identify PC hardware components Build, configure, upgrade, and maintain a computer Install operating systems and application software providing basic knowledge of preventive maintenance and how to use windows built-in diagnostic tools.
To have practical experience of troubleshooting PC hardware and software problems Understand concepts of maintenance and troubleshooting Choose CPU that matches their motherboard and install it
o Choose different cards that match their motherboard and install them
o Install RAM, Cards and other devices
o Diagnose computer problems and solve the problems
Data Structure is a systematic way to organize data in order to use it efficiently. Following terms are the foundation terms of a data structure. It is also a specialized format for organizing, processing, retrieving and storing data. There are several basic and advanced types of data structures, all designed to arrange data to suit a specific purpose. Data structures make it easy for users to access and work with the data they need in appropriate ways.
Every society forms a set of rules that establishes the boundaries of generally accepted behavior.
These rules are often expressed in statements about how people should behave, and the individual
rules fit together to form the moral code by which a society lives. Unfortunately, the different
rules often have contradictions, and people are sometimes uncertain about which rule to follow.
For instance, if you witness a friend copy someone else’s answers while taking an exam, you might be caught in a conflict between loyalty to your friend and the value of telling the truth. Sometimes the rules do not seem to cover new situations, and an individual must determine how to apply
existing rules or develop new ones. You may strongly support personal privacy, but do you think Ethics is a set of beliefs about right and wrong behavior within a society. Ethical behavior conforms to generally accepted norms—many of which are almost universal.
Welcome to the world of object-oriented programming using Java. This module is designed for
students who wish to start learning to program in an object-oriented programming language. It is
suitable for those who already have some experience with another programming language like
C++, and who now wish to move on to an object-oriented one. The language we use to teach
object-oriented programming is Java. As the name suggests, Object-Oriented Programming or
OOPs refers to languages that use objects in programming. Object-oriented programming aims to
implement real-world entities like inheritance, hiding, polymorphism, etc in programming. The
main aim of OOP is to bind together the data and the functions that operate on them so that no
other part of the code can access this data except that function.
Object-oriented programming is concerned with isolating concepts of a problem domain into
separate entities and then using those entities to solve problems. Concepts related to a problem can
only be considered once they've been identified. In other words, we can form abstractions from
problems that make those problems easier to approach. Once concepts related to a given problem
have been identified, we can also begin to build constructs that represent them into programs.
These constructs, and the individual instances that are formed from them, i.e., objects, are used in
solving the problem. The statement "programs are built from small, clear, and cooperative objects"
may not make much sense yet. However, it will appear more sensible as we progress through the
course, perhaps even self-evident.
Internet Programming II is introduces about dynamic web page structures and development methods, the HTML form tags and Java scripting language development samples, CGI (Common Gateway Interface) language PHP, server setup, database connection, web site and CGI security.