USB

Universal Serial Bus, popularly USB, refers to the computing interface as the lexicon - universally providing serial bus connection to the computing units or devices. The first USB was released on January 15th, 1996 as USB 1.0 with the full speed of 12 Mbits per second. USB 4 is the latest USB version as of 2019.
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USB 3

The USB 3.0 specs, released in November 2008, is most probably one of the USB releases with more options and generations than the rest of its counterparts. USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 features as much as SuperSpeed USB 20Gbit/s transfer speed. The…

USB 4

The USB 4 is the latest (2019-2020) standard in the USB (Universal Serial Bus) interface. USB 4 Gen 2x1 was released on August 2019 with a speed of 10Gbits/s. The USB 4 specification, on track to be published this year, supports 40…

Bluetooth Communications

Bluetooth wireless technology operates with a range of about 10 meters. Maximum communication range may vary depending on obstacles (human body, metal, wall, etc.) or electromagnetic environment. Bluetooth communications may be…

FTTX – What is FTTH, FTTE?

FTTX = Fiber To The X where, if X = House, it is FTTH/FTTP/FTTB (Fiber to the Home). X = Enterprise, it is FTTE (Fiber to the Enterprise). What actually is FTTX? Fiber to the x is the key method used to drive…

Spectrum

Technology Frequency spectrum (UK) 3G 850MHz 900MHz 1900MHz 2100MHz 4G 800MHz 1800MHz 2600MHz Wi-Fi 2400MHz 5000MHz Bluetooth 2400MHz

Two Factor Authentication

Two Factor Authentication aka 2FA - as a part of the multi factor authentication mechanism - adds an extra layer of security to your account services. Once enabled, Signing in to the services requires you to enter a unique verification code…

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