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Mobility, CDMA, and GSM INF 325 Telecommunications & Networking Concepts

Mobility, CDMA, and GSM

Brandon Caldwell

INF 325 Telecommunications & Networking Concepts

Nizar Dajani

June, 26, 2016

 

 

The use of the mobile phone has become a very important part in everyday society. As we can see now days, everywhere we go we see someone on their mobile phone. There isn’t a place where one can go where they don’t see someone with one in their hand. The use of the mobile phone has become an alternate way for people to use the web without the use of a computer. In this paper, I will discuss three mobile web based applications that I use on a regular. Also I will explain what the differences are between CDMA and GSM and how it supports the mobile web applications I identified.

    Discuss a minimum of three mobile web applications that are familiar or that you use regularly.

The type of mobile device that I’m using is an Android operating system. The version that my phone is running off of is a 6.0.1 which is called marshmallow. The three mobile web applications that I use on my Android phone are listed below.

Facebook: Facebook Mobile is a free social networking website that allows people that are registered to add a profile to their mobile phone. It allows you to upload videos, photos, send messages, . . . .

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  • QUESTION : (Solved) : Code Review Review Code Metalplatetempcpp Attached Program Listing Information Required Un Q30758632 . . .

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    Project Requirements:

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    You must submit the FULLY DOCUMENTED source code for the threesource files (Metal_Plate_Temp.cpp, plate.cpp & plate.h).

    //+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    // Name : Metal_Plate_Temp.cpp
    // Author : Dr. George H. Zion
    // Course : Computation Problem Solving II (CPET-321)
    // Date : Fall 2018 (2181)
    // Description :
    //
    // Under steady-state conditions, the temperature at any point onthe
    // surface of a metal plate will be the average of the temperaturesof
    // all the points surrounding it. This fact can be used in aniterative
    // procedure to calculate the temperature distribution at allpoints on a
    // plane.
    //
    // Figure #1 shows a square plate divided into 100 squares or nodesby a
    // grid. The temperature of the nodes form two-dimensionalarray.
    //
    // 9 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 8 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 7 [ ][ ][X][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 6 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 5 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 4 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 3 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 2 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 1 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 0 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
    //
    // Figure #1
    //
    // The temperature at all nodes at the edges of the plate areconstrained
    // to 20 degrees Celsius by a cooling system, and the temperatureat the
    // node (2,7) is fixed at 100 degrees Celsius by exposure toboiling water.
    //
    // A new estimate of the temperature T(R,C) at any node can becalculated
    // from the average of the temperatures of all nodes surrounding itusing
    // the formula in Equation #1.
    //
    // T(R,C)new = 1/4 ([ T(R+1, C) + T(R-1), C) + T(R, C+1) + T(R,C-1)]
    //
    // Equation #1
    //
    // To determine the temperature distribution on the surface of aplate,
    // initial assumptions must be made about the temperature at eachnode,
    // then equation #1 is applied to calculate the new temperature atthe
    // node. These updated temperatures are, in turn, used to calculatenew
    // temperature. This process is repeated until all new temperaturesat
    // each node reach a steady-state.
    //
    // This program calculates the steady-state temperaturedistribution
    // throughout the plate, making an initial assumption that allinterior
    // segments are at a temperature of 50 degrees Celsius (Rememberthat
    // all outside segments are fixed at 20 degrees Celsius and thenode (2,7)
    // is fixed at 100 degrees Celsius).
    //
    // The program follows the following algorithm/pseudo-code:
    //
    // 1) Display the temperatures of the plane (initialconditions).
    // 2) Display an ‘*’ on the screen.
    // 3) Perform one interation of new temperature calculations
    // for the plate.
    // 4) If the change in any node temperature was greater-than0.01
    // degrees Celsius, return to step 2.
    // 5) Display the temperatures of the plane (steady-stateconditions)
    // 6) Display the temperature at node (4,4).
    //
    // The program utilizes a user-defined library (plate.h &plate.cpp) that
    // contains the following user-defined functions:
    //
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    // Input…: None
    // Output..: None
    //
    // distributeHeat() : Purpose.: Performs one iteration of new
    // temperature calculations for the
    // plate.
    // Input…: None
    // Output..: Returns a boolean value. Returns
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    // degrees. Otherwise, returns false.
    //
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    // of one node of the plate given the
    // node’s coordinates.
    // Input…: The coordinates (column, row) of a
    // node.
    // Output..: Returns the temperature (double) of
    // the node.
    //

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    Project Requirements:

    Your objective for this coding problem is to implement the codefor main() along with the user defined function in plate.cpp &plate.cpp.

    You must submit the FULLY DOCUMENTED source code for the threesource files (Metal_Plate_Temp.cpp, plate.cpp & plate.h).

    //+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    // Name : Metal_Plate_Temp.cpp
    // Author : Dr. George H. Zion
    // Course : Computation Problem Solving II (CPET-321)
    // Date : Fall 2018 (2181)
    // Description :
    //
    // Under steady-state conditions, the temperature at any point onthe
    // surface of a metal plate will be the average of the temperaturesof
    // all the points surrounding it. This fact can be used in aniterative
    // procedure to calculate the temperature distribution at allpoints on a
    // plane.
    //
    // Figure #1 shows a square plate divided into 100 squares or nodesby a
    // grid. The temperature of the nodes form two-dimensionalarray.
    //
    // 9 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 8 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 7 [ ][ ][X][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 6 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 5 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 4 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 3 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 2 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 1 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 0 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
    //
    // Figure #1
    //
    // The temperature at all nodes at the edges of the plate areconstrained
    // to 20 degrees Celsius by a cooling system, and the temperatureat the
    // node (2,7) is fixed at 100 degrees Celsius by exposure toboiling water.
    //
    // A new estimate of the temperature T(R,C) at any node can becalculated
    // from the average of the temperatures of all nodes surrounding itusing
    // the formula in Equation #1.
    //
    // T(R,C)new = 1/4 ([ T(R+1, C) + T(R-1), C) + T(R, C+1) + T(R,C-1)]
    //
    // Equation #1
    //
    // To determine the temperature distribution on the surface of aplate,
    // initial assumptions must be made about the temperature at eachnode,
    // then equation #1 is applied to calculate the new temperature atthe
    // node. These updated temperatures are, in turn, used to calculatenew
    // temperature. This process is repeated until all new temperaturesat
    // each node reach a steady-state.
    //
    // This program calculates the steady-state temperaturedistribution
    // throughout the plate, making an initial assumption that allinterior
    // segments are at a temperature of 50 degrees Celsius (Rememberthat
    // all outside segments are fixed at 20 degrees Celsius and thenode (2,7)
    // is fixed at 100 degrees Celsius).
    //
    // The program follows the following algorithm/pseudo-code:
    //
    // 1) Display the temperatures of the plane (initialconditions).
    // 2) Display an ‘*’ on the screen.
    // 3) Perform one interation of new temperature calculations
    // for the plate.
    // 4) If the change in any node temperature was greater-than0.01
    // degrees Celsius, return to step 2.
    // 5) Display the temperatures of the plane (steady-stateconditions)
    // 6) Display the temperature at node (4,4).
    //
    // The program utilizes a user-defined library (plate.h &plate.cpp) that
    // contains the following user-defined functions:
    //
    // displayPlate() : Purpose.: Displays the current temperatureof
    // the plate in a grid format.
    // Input…: None
    // Output..: None
    //
    // distributeHeat() : Purpose.: Performs one iteration of new
    // temperature calculations for the
    // plate.
    // Input…: None
    // Output..: Returns a boolean value. Returns
    // true if the temperature change in
    // all the nodes is less-than 0.01
    // degrees. Otherwise, returns false.
    //
    // plateValue() : Purpose.: Determine the current temperature
    // of one node of the plate given the
    // node’s coordinates.
    // Input…: The coordinates (column, row) of a
    // node.
    // Output..: Returns the temperature (double) of
    // the node.
    //

    The program must have three files (Metal_Plate_Temp.cpp,plate.cpp & plate.h) and using three functions listed above. Itcan include more than 3 functions listed above.

    Metal_Plate_Temp will be the top file that includes theplate.cpp and plate.h files. Plate.h will include the headerinformation that is needed for the program, while plate.cpp willinclude the three functions listed above. And it must be in C++language.

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    Your objective for this coding problem is to implement the codefor main() along with the user defined function in plate.cpp &plate.cpp.

    You must submit the FULLY DOCUMENTED source code for the threesource files (Metal_Plate_Temp.cpp, plate.cpp & plate.h).

    //+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    // Name : Metal_Plate_Temp.cpp
    // Author : Dr. George H. Zion
    // Course : Computation Problem Solving II (CPET-321)
    // Date : Fall 2018 (2181)
    // Description :
    //
    // Under steady-state conditions, the temperature at any point onthe
    // surface of a metal plate will be the average of the temperaturesof
    // all the points surrounding it. This fact can be used in aniterative
    // procedure to calculate the temperature distribution at allpoints on a
    // plane.
    //
    // Figure #1 shows a square plate divided into 100 squares or nodesby a
    // grid. The temperature of the nodes form two-dimensionalarray.
    //
    // 9 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 8 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 7 [ ][ ][X][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 6 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 5 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 4 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 3 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 2 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 1 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 0 [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
    // 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
    //
    // Figure #1
    //
    // The temperature at all nodes at the edges of the plate areconstrained
    // to 20 degrees Celsius by a cooling system, and the temperatureat the
    // node (2,7) is fixed at 100 degrees Celsius by exposure toboiling water.
    //
    // A new estimate of the temperature T(R,C) at any node can becalculated
    // from the average of the temperatures of all nodes surrounding itusing
    // the formula in Equation #1.
    //
    // T(R,C)new = 1/4 ([ T(R+1, C) + T(R-1), C) + T(R, C+1) + T(R,C-1)]
    //
    // Equation #1
    //
    // To determine the temperature distribution on the surface of aplate,
    // initial assumptions must be made about the temperature at eachnode,
    // then equation #1 is applied to calculate the new temperature atthe
    // node. These updated temperatures are, in turn, used to calculatenew
    // temperature. This process is repeated until all new temperaturesat
    // each node reach a steady-state.
    //
    // This program calculates the steady-state temperaturedistribution
    // throughout the plate, making an initial assumption that allinterior
    // segments are at a temperature of 50 degrees Celsius (Rememberthat
    // all outside segments are fixed at 20 degrees Celsius and thenode (2,7)
    // is fixed at 100 degrees Celsius).
    //
    // The program follows the following algorithm/pseudo-code:
    //
    // 1) Display the temperatures of the plane (initialconditions).
    // 2) Display an ‘*’ on the screen.
    // 3) Perform one interation of new temperature calculations
    // for the plate.
    // 4) If the change in any node temperature was greater-than0.01
    // degrees Celsius, return to step 2.
    // 5) Display the temperatures of the plane (steady-stateconditions)
    // 6) Display the temperature at node (4,4).
    //
    // The program utilizes a user-defined library (plate.h &plate.cpp) that
    // contains the following user-defined functions:
    //
    // displayPlate() : Purpose.: Displays the current temperatureof
    // the plate in a grid format.
    // Input…: None
    // Output..: None
    //
    // distributeHeat() : Purpose.: Performs one iteration of new
    // temperature calculations for the
    // plate.
    // Input…: None
    // Output..: Returns a boolean value. Returns
    // true if the temperature change in
    // all the nodes is less-than 0.01
    // degrees. Otherwise, returns false.
    //
    // plateValue() : Purpose.: Determine the current temperature
    // of one node of the plate given the
    // node’s coordinates.
    // Input…: The coordinates (column, row) of a
    // node.
    // Output..: Returns the temperature (double) of
    // the node.
    //

    The program must have three files (Metal_Plate_Temp.cpp,plate.cpp & plate.h) and using three functions listed above. Itcan include more than 3 functions listed above.

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