Questions related to Communication Technology
What are the definitions for Information and Communication Technology with a contemporary references ?
Quantum world appears mysterious as of now. Quantum Communications is likely to open newer dimensions in Telecommunications. Quantum key description (QKD) brings in security of by its ability to detect any attempt of intrusion/hacking. What are the Quantum Communications Technologies which may gain popularity at par with QKD ?
I hope 2021 has been a good research year for you.
2022 is almost here.
Is anyone interested in collaborating on any of the broad topics below in 2022?
1. Consumer Behavior
2. Information and Communication technologies
3. Business Management
6. Health and Environment
Quantum communications technologies (like Quantum Key distribution) are often viewed as panacea of all ills required to make data transmission in telecom network secure. The question is - Can QKD help secure the ICT systems from computer viruses and worms?
Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies is indexed in Scopus but is not available in Scimago. Can anyone help me to understand this?
Demonstrating with practical examples, discuss how information systems (IS) and information and communication technologies (ICT) assist the 21st-century organization in its knowledge management practices.
If yes, what are the barriers and opportunities for using these types of innovations in urban community development ?
There is no doubt that information and communication technology or digitalization has a major impact on the structure of the market and how marketing functions. But what remains veague is how and what has changed in the functioning mechanism and the structure of the market and that is what I am looking for.
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- I'm a Ph.D Research scholar in the Department of Education. Please help me to find a research topic in the area of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and Education keeping in view the current scenario.
- Related to Online Learning and Education will get considered.
Your valuable suggestions are much appreciated and welcomed...
What communication technologies are used in low-power, low-bandwidth smart home networks(ZigBee, WiFi HaLow,BLE, ANT, and Z-Wave wireless technology)?
By the mid-1990s, in consequence of the Information Revolution (ca. 1980–2000), the role of information and communication technology in organizations had grown to such an extent that one could already discern first-level impacts on organizational configuration, organizational culture, business strategy, management processes, work, and workplace. What might be second-level impacts on organizations (e.g., business models, creativity and innovation, psychological contracts) from the ongoing Digital Revolution (ca. 2000s–)? What implications might there be for the nature of organizing, the quest for the agile organization, leveraging information and communication technology for agility, and agility and leadership?
Humans have created (generated), collected, recorded (stored), processed, distributed (transmitted), consumed (used), and recycled (erased) information from times immemorial. Even so, information and communication technology developed prodigiously from the mid-20th century, especially from the 1990s, and looks to gain even greater momentum. Focusing on pre-eminent first-order results, please consider how information and communication technology has impacted organizations. What are we talking about? What is the new nature of work? How is work done? Where is work done? Who does the work? What is on the horizon?
The modern informatopm and communication technology has an impact on all aspects of our life and on the market. The question that I have for discussion is as follows.
What is the impact of the informatopm and communication technology on the structure and functioning mechanism of the market?
What information and communication technologies do you think are necessary to make the lesson more effective in teaching the subject of Material Resistance?
My PhD research topic is related to Technology and Mass Media. I found some literature on this area. But it is not enough for my reading. I need some books and Articles on this topic.
1. Mass Media and Communication Technology
2. Technology and Media Consumption
3. Adaptation of New Technology in Media
4. Trends in Media
My son is fond of video games. He is also fascinated with digital marketing, computers and mobiles. He would like to hear suggestions on what academic field(s) or specialty fit his interests so that he focuses his study on. He's just turned 13 years old. He does not like math by the way!
Thank you all
Our research group is developing a stakeholders' opinion-based assessment method. Does anyone know a new and effective way to collect stakeholders' opinions (such as the Delphi method )?
What are the metrics for selection of communications technologies in a human robot collaboration ? And what are metrics to mesures the quality of this communication ? An what are the existing model relating those metrics ?
I'm interested in comparing scheduling schemes (PF, MLWDF, EXP/PF) in LTE-A with relay nodes and Hetnets (MacroCells, FemtoCells and PicoCells)
Information and communications technologies may be classified into different types. Can you help me in any source which classifies them?
I am searching for the best underwater wireless Communication Technology capable of transferring video file within a distance of 8 meter or more. Practical oriented fellow needed to give me best answers from Acoustic, Optic and RF. I want to build the prototype to showcase the best option.
Seeking research or case studies regarding:
- wearable technology and marketing messages
- eSports promotional messaging
- eSports event promotion
- sports marketing and virtual reality
Know of any such work? Please share with us so we can cite you.
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Please help me to find a country statistics on the use of information and communication technologies in higher education (2004-2019). I'll appreciate any suggestion from your experience.
Can anyone throw light on manuscript submission and review process in Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics (Springer)? Actually, I haven't received any email from the journal after manuscript submission and even after reminder from my side (it's two weeks now).
Sports media in the world and the Arab world have become very important in the various fields of life of the individual. Their importance is expressed in their ability to transmit and deliver sports news and information in the form of written, audiovisual and electronic messages from the sender to the "audience." Television remains the most important media and communication medium In the present time, despite the progress and development of information and communication technology by virtue of its audio and video feature, which allows the recipient to be placed in an atmosphere that allows it to be influenced. This means that it is available to all, a cultural and sports carrier, Especially as we live in a society of information and rapid knowledge, whose discoveries, innovations and inventions affect people's lifestyles. This development has caused new demands by the sporting public, which is willing to provide more sports television programs To broadcast the news of sports events and competitions, where he earned competing several international sports television channels for the exclusive transfer in the field in terms of coverage of various sporting events in the world and with the increasing spread of television channels, (Adib Khadour: TV studies, 1998, p. 56), especially since the specialized sports channels represent a major step in the concept of communication and sports media, and it is necessary to respond to the audience's expectations and to meet the needs and desires of the " Today, from this point of view, inevitable trends were developed towards watching and watching sports lessons on public and private sports channels, the taste of the public.
I'm writing my thesis on this subject - Communication technology for frail elders - and I am interested to know more about your work.
The mobile cellular communication uses 4G Long Term Advanced Evolution (LTE-A) technology which is a platform for 5G technology.
The fundamentals of D2D communication is to utilize mobile devices as relays that are placed between source and destination. The D2D system is the communication between two adjacent cellular devices by reusing the cellular spectrum without having to do routing to the base station. The D2D communication systems can increase capacity with the shared use of frequency sources between conventional cellular users and D2D users. It also increases the data rate due to the close communication distance.
G. Fodor, et al., “An Overview of Device-to-Device Communications Technology Components in METIS,” IEEE Access vol. 4, pp. 3288- 3299, 2016.
C. Yang, T. Jiang, and C. Wang, “cooperative device-to-device communications in cellular networks,” IEEE Wireless Communications, vol. 22, pp. 124-129, June 2015.
S. Chen, S. Sun, Y. Wang, G. Xiao, R. Tamrakar, “A comprehensive survey of TDD-based mobile communication systems from TDSCDMA 3G to TD-LTE(A) 4G and 5G directions,” China Communications, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 40-60, 2015.
The 21st century skills are the following:Interaction and Engagement, Collaboration, Adaptability, Self-direction, Leadership and Responsibility,Innovation, Intellectual reasoning, Problem solving, Assessment skills,Media literacy, information communication and technology( ICT),Social and Cross-Cultural and Accountability skills.
Please find below a call for papers for Special Issue “Internet of Vehicles”. This special issue belongs to Sensors Journal (ISSN 1424-8220, IF 2.475) and it is related to the section "Internet of Things"
Scope and Motivation: ----------------------
The first deployments at large scale of connected vehicles are happening throughout the world. Connected through ad-hoc networks, these vehicles are giving birth to an actual “Internet of Vehicles”, which builds the foundation of a next generation of traffic management systems.
While day-one applications were relatively straightforward to implement, higher-level applications, like the monitoring of environmental and weather conditions and of the infrastructure and its equipment, depend both on the metrological characteristics of the in-vehicle sensors and on the computational architecture, as well as on the algorithms. However, the ability to implement such applications is a key issue, e.g. to enable the safe deployment of highly-automated vehicles, or to implement automated enforcement strategies in restricted zones.
This Special Issue welcomes contributions dealing with all the technological facets of the Internet of Vehicles, including architecture, communication technologies, advanced applications, sensing and algorithms, but also on deployment issues, such as the development of energy-efficient RSUs. Submitted manuscripts should not have been published previously, nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere (except conference proceedings papers) :
- IoV architectures and protocols
- Benchmarking of communication technologies in IoV
- Advanced IoV applications
- Advanced sensing and measurement characterization for IoV applications
- Machine learning algorithms for IoV
- Sensor calibration for IoV
- Fog computing (edge computing) in IoV
- SmartX (cities; vehicles; platoons)
- Energy efficiency and road side units (energy harvesting; RF energy transfer) for IoV
- Modelling and performance evaluation
- Deployment pilots and issues
- Safety, security and privacy in IoV
- Communication technologies (DSRC/WAVE, 5G, LTE, Wifi, ...)
- Protocols, architectures and applications for the Internet of Vehicles
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2019
Guest Editors of the Special Issue: -------------------------------------------- Dr. Nicolas Hautière, Département Composants et Systèmes, Institut Français des Sciences et Technologies des Transports, de l'Aménagement et des Réseaux, France Prof. Mohamed Mosbah, LaBRI , Université de Bordeaux, France Dr. Imen Jemili, Univ. Carthage, Faculty of sciences of Bizerte, Tunisia
In recent years equal to small islands some big plastic waste patches have been discovered in the oceans. It is expected to find similar more patches floating in the oceans. Discoveries are going on in this direction where communication technology plays a great role in finding their location in the vast oceans. In fact plastic disposal on land and their dumping by river side further add havoc to wash the enormous quantity of plastic in the rivers which in the end open up in the sea. Daily, a huge quantity of plastic is being washed in the sea water by the coastal population and coastal tourism. Many studies indicate plastic pollution is creating a great havoc on the marine life.
On the other hand introduction of mechanised boats is increasing the efficiency of fish extraction in the far difficult to access zones in the sea. The mechanised boats are been introduced globally widely; even in the interior regions of shores there is a major shift in the intensive use of mechanised boats over use of traditional un-mechanised boats, hence further increasing the fish extraction at vaster level. The fisher-folks are now facing great decline in fish resource availability. At this juncture it is very difficult to decide between technology or plastic pollution which one is more culprit in the decline of sea-fishes.
The research study : Factors influencing teachers’ adoption and integration of information and communication technology in teaching English.
What type of communication technology(ies) will be suitable for a protection scheme which takes the protective decision by using the fault-data after occurrence of a fault, under which it first sends the faulted data to a central controller via communication links and then after processing the data, it sends the appropriate commands to the protective devices via links. For such kind of protection, a fast communication technology will be required for a large distribution system to clear the fault quickly without adding the unnecessary delays in the protection.
Is there is any good paper(s) which can explain the working of different centralized communication technologies/structures suitable for the protection of the distribution system with DGs?
In my opinion these new technological knowledge has great potential for doing good for humanity. RG for example, which I like and use; is a truly liberating experience. But as tools of international corporate profit generation and incessant capital accumulation, these have become a curse rather than a godsend. What do you think?
I have this negative reaction when I see their effect on our new generation. Instead of being exuberant and full of life, they are turning into non-thinking zombie-robots, perpetually hunched over their media toys. My young adult son would very reluctantly come to the dinner table, but will continue to “text” on his i-pad (or whatever) while his food is getting cold! Constant bombardment of commercial on TV/Radio, “telemarketing” through the phones, knock on the door for soliciting etc., makes life really unpleasant. This malaise is not limited to the developed countries; but this craze is even worse in the underdeveloped countries, which can ill-afford these toys (for adults), the least!
I am PhD student working e-Business adoption among the SMEs of developing countries. I am following positive paradigm, can anyone help me to discuses this research objective.
The expansion of knowledge economy applications in countries that depend on the knowledge-based economy or the countries seeking access to it, which is the system of economic intelligence and its relationship to information and knowledge and the work of e-government through the use of information and communication technology to contribute to the process of development desired.
The weakness of the private sector, the imbalance in the structure of foreign trade, the size of indebtedness, the phenomena of inflation, unemployment, and the spread of financial and administrative corruption were justified in the search for the transformation of Arab economies after the failure of traditional development methods to undertake the task of development
Are you aware of the following 21st century skills:Interaction and Engagement, Collaboration, Adaptability, Self-direction, Leadership and Responsibility,Innovation, Intellectual reasoning, Problem solving, Assessment skills,Media literacy, information communication and technology( ICT),Social and Cross-Cultural and Accountability skills?
I have a great understanding of today's need for most wireless communication technologies, and we are indeed in very challenging era in antenna design. A huge Demand for high capacity, high gain, and broad bandwidth. Besides this, what are other today's antennas design or say wireless communication challenges? Direct me to a good article or papers that I can refer to.
Additionally, what Multiple Access protocols (like FDMA, TDMA, etc) do prominent technologies like WiFi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, LTE use?
Improving access to quality primary health care (PHC) is challenging for resource-constrained countries with chronic infrastructure deficits and shortages of trained health workforce. There is growing international consensus that information and communication technologies (ICTs) can offer innovative ways to strengthen health systems to extend the reach of PHC services to areas where health care challenges are most severe. While there is extensive literature on the efficacy of ICT strategies for improving single health services problems (e.g. non-adherence to treatment, poor communications among rural health workers etc.), few empirical studies report about implementing ICT interventions at scale, to solve health systems problems. So to help fill a gap in literature, how should ICT or digital health technologies be implemented to help health systems enhance universal access to essential PHC services?
- Dear all, I am trying to find some articles or related material which describes or introduce different dimensions of information and communication technology (ICT). E.g. TQM has 7 dimensions e.g. leadership, continuous improvement etc. Knowledge management has dimensions e.g. knowledge sharing , knowledge acquisition etc. What are the dimensions of information and communication technology (ICT)?
Goal: The Volume 3 Issue 1 of South Asian Journal of Social Sciences (SAJSS) will be out in June 2018.
The South Asian Journal of Social Sciences (SAJSS), an international, peer-reviewed journal that provides information and analysis on topics within the broad scope of social sciences. As the official journal of the South Asia Institute for Social Transformation (SAIST), SAJSS publishes papers that deal with South Asian society, development, population, health and illness, communication, poverty, economy, politics, information and communication technology, social problems, labor, crime and social policy, environment and disaster, gender, welfare and policies related to South Asia.
•South Asian Journal of Social Sciences (SAJSS) welcomes original research papers (4000 words), review articles (2500 words), research notes (2000 words), academic responses to papers published in SAJSS (1500 words) and book reviews (1000-1500 words).
•Manuscripts to be submitted for publication in the Journal should not exceed word limit excluding tables, graphs and references; and be submitted online or to the corresponding email.
•The submitted manuscripts should contain an abstract between 100-150 words. References should be prepared following APA 6th styles.
•Each submission must accompany a signed statement that it is an original contribution.
•Please provide an autobiographical note in 50 words accompanied by your full mailing and email addresses.
•Your submissions will be reviewed using a double-blind system that ensures anonymity of the identity of both the author and reviewer.
•This journal is available in both printed and online versions. Please note that there is no article processing fee.
•SAJSS is published in June and December every year. New manuscript can be submitted at any time and will be processed on a rolling basis.
Prof. Habibul Khondker, Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Editor, South Asian Journal of Social Sciences (SAJSS), C/O Knowledge Dissemination Division, South Asia Institute for Social Transformation (SAIST), SEL Centre (8th Floor), 29 West Panthapath, Bir Uttam Kazi Nuruzzaman Road, Dhaka-1205, Bangladesh or by email at email@example.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Asian Journal of Social Sciences (ISSN:2521-4403 print, 2521-4411 online) is published twice a year (in June and December) by the South Asia Institute for Social Transformation (SAIST). SAJSS is published in the original printed version and the electronic version at www.sajss.sayrid.org/www.sajss.saist.ac.bd.
My current job is about UX research predominantly in non-consumer ICT (information and communication technology) products. I’m looking for people who do similar work for information and experience exchange. Much UX stuff you find on the web is about consumer products and screen-based services but for me it’s quite difficult to find stuff about UX work on non-consumer equipment. I also screen the typical human computer interaction and ergonomics conferences and there’s also not too much coverage on professional and non-consumer equipment.
Anybody out there?
Spirituality, faith and religious have been for a long time taboo arguments in discourses of international development. While this is starting to change, I feel that the field ICT4D (information and communication technologies for development) is not following what other development studies are suggesting: that religious and spiritual leaders, as well as faith-based organization are important actors in development projects. Does anyone know and can suggest any example of ICT4D literature that deals with religious and spiritual leaders or FBO?
As organizations and the world are moving towards knowledge based economy and increased demand in performance perhaps as a result of information and communication technology, technological advancement, globalization among others. There is a need for organizations to strategically leverage on her human resource(HR) differentiation in order to achieve her objective which is measured by performance. So, What could be the HR differentiation strategies?. Secondly, what are the effects or consequences of strategic HR differentiation?.
Where will the world be in the next 20 years in the context of information and communication technological innovations: If the present-day trend of ubiquitous Internet and perversive computing continue, what sort of society will emerge in the next 20 years and to what will it likely transform in the context of sociocultural evolution?
I am working on Next Generation Communication Technology and want to sample the opinion of expert on their expectation of the next generation communication technology.
I'm looking for a digital tool/environment to make a scripted conversational bot. It does not have to be in audio mode. It can be text-based. It does not matter.
The goal is to design a conversational bot that would allow learners to practice Standard Marine Communication Phrases (SMCP).
- How can we eliminate noise due to multiplexers?
- How to calculate the appropriate resistor value of the Wilson Resistor Network?
- What is the best instrumentation amplifier to be used?
- How to learn Android Application coding easily?
What is the technology used in BRAILLIANT device for the braille display ? and what is the reason that these devices are not that much popular? can it be good to do projects on these device making it more handy and cost effective?
I need information about how integrate the ICT to the rural development according to the Millenium Development Goals.
Current communication technologies let people to have information at any time being at anywhere. The number of smartphone users is exponentially increasing to get advantages of it. On the other hand many people are claiming that they got head ache after they use their phone. Is there any proof that radiation from cell phone is really harmless? If it might cause brain cancer recommending users not to use phone might not acceptable because it is difficult to compete without using cellphone. What can users and manufacturers of the cell phones should do to prevent/minimize problem accrued by cell phone radiation?
Li-Fi (Light Fidelity) is a bidirectional, high speed and fully networked wireless communication technology similar to Wi-Fi. Coined by Prof. Harald Haas, Li-Fi is a subset of optical wireless communications (OWC) and can be a complement to RF communication (Wi-Fi or Cellular network), or a replacement in contexts of data broadcasting.
It is wireless and uses visible light communication or infra-red and near ultraviolet (instead of radio frequency waves) spectrum, part of optical wireless communications technology, which carries much more information, and has been proposed as a solution to the RF-bandwidth limitations. A complete solution includes an industry led standardization process. And it is possible it has some hiding limitation in transmission and in communication
i want to make a Cauer Filter using LC circuit. i mean i want both High pass and Low pass filters. Someone please help me to design those kind of filters.
i dont have a cut to cut requirement,but i want to make one.
Also i need the basic implementations of chebyshev or butterworth etc.
Thanks in Advance
I am interested in how the communication technology can influence the originality in writing a paper. I am exploring the way in which the technology can increase or decrease the originality. Are there any articles or anything relating this topic?
I am looking for any research on automated virtual agents and automated question asking using technology similar to InteliWise.
Any references and suggestions of free tools available for academic research are much appreciated!
I am trying to identify the need / scope of this study in Indian context with use of Information and Communication technologies.
Please provide any link for data or research paper for my reference.
Do you know of any commercially/DIY available RF energy harvesting products besides those of Powercast?
In visible light communication How we can cause the LED array to pass through itself 1 Ghz bitstream ,even though LED modulation /switching Bandwidth is a limiting constraint. Can we arrange parallel -series array mixing? Please give a practical hardware experimental setup circuit
In fact, I downloaded it and I face a problem with the output of the ([label_vector, instance_matrix] = libsvmread('../data');)
It gives me usually as empty matrix, and I usually get the same error. although the input matrix for the libsvmwrite a sparse matrix(double).Please,could you help me as faster as you can.
I'm working on matlab with windows 7, and I'm working on multi classification problem.
Thank you in advance.
I am testing the performance of different topologies of NANs and checking the influence of the distribution of collectors within and bordering NANs for my Thesis.
Suggestions and ideas are very welcome ;-)
I am using the Ieee802154narrow as my base network. I modified this sample. My problem is when I add more nodes to the config part and set the destination address, it dose not work properly. I want all the noda to send the data to the sink node but they do not. Please see the code. I am wondering if anybody can help me. This code works fine with two nodes.
in ini file I adjust these lines
*.node.netwl.destination = 0
*.node.netwl.destination = 0
*.node.netwl.destination = 0
*.node.netwl.destination = 0
should I change in other part of code?
I recently read a paper entitled "The search for the perfect language", from Gregory Chaitin. In fact, the paper discusses previous work on language, gives some interesting thought on the matter, specially on the role of language in science, mathematics, philosophy, and computing. In some sort, the paper can be considered a review of Umberto Eco´s book with the same title. So, I was wondering: What is the role of language in the designing of new ICT (information and Communications Technologies) architectures? Or in other words, is there a perfect language for this?
Scholars are in agreement that the leadership role of the principal is critical in the implementation of ICT for teaching and learning. However, teachers seems to be reluctant in using ICTs to enhance professional curriculum practice.
I am searching for a relationship between excitation frequency and bandwidth in order to get more precise result from bridge configuration. Can anybody help me? Looking forward to your reply!
While implementing Distribution SCADA, I'm thinking of using PLC for communication. However I want to know whether it will be economical or not?
I understand space communication is based on certain characteristics specific to space environment. What I am looking for is how sensors effect this in communication.
is it correct to say that AR is one of the Visual Communications Technologies (VCT)/one of the technologies that will help to improve visual communications?
Typically, modern and new instrumentation implies that it is smaller, faster, more accurate, less power hungry and more suitable for today's applications. Most of the time these 'modern' instruments are full of 'likeable features', which reminds one of model railway engineering. What about the older technologies, some of which were very reliable, dependable, repairable and 'loveable'. As example consider vacuum tube technology, beautiful, reliable, very functional. Is there a place for it today? As example, I add a photo of a collection of Collins Radio HF receivers, transmitters and transceivers (1960's). This was quality of the day, very reliable and are much coveted today by those who know. What is your experience? Is modern and high tech always the way to go in technology? What and why is this incessant drive towards smaller and smaller instruments and equipment with more bells and whistles?
Several academics get the feelings that in order to get accepted and published in some top-ranked journals (e.g. those with high Impact Factor and/or included in exclusive lists like the "basket of eight" in IS or "Financial Times Top 45" in Management), one should not just submit high-quality studies: he/she should first find their way through a sort of "obscure community", playing up to and building personal relationships with editors, possible reviewers and/or key authors and personalities in the given field of research.
However, assuming that personal relations are key to get access to top-ranked journals undermines the very concept of double-blind review academic research is currently built on; it also casts shadows on the actual openness and democratic nature of such top-tier outlets.
According to your personal experience (or that of your peers), what is your opinion on this compelling issue?
Thanks in advance for your contribution!