All posts by Bhavik N. Patel

Presently pursuing M.S. in Telecommunications and Network Management at Syracuse University. Actively seeking internship opportunities After taking classes this semester in the Telecommunication and Network Management program, Working in Center for Convergence and Emerging Networking Technologies (CCENT) and learning networking concepts from courses has helped me get a grip on networking technologies. I have had strong interest in networking and technology systems implementation since long and internship opportunity will help me know better. I have interest in learning new technologies; hence, I am always the first option of my friends and colleagues in need of any technical help. Ii am working as an app developer in SUNY ESF to develop mobile applications for iOS and Android devices. Developing such applications has always been my hobby and look forward to continue it. For this i had taken Mobile app development classes from professor Carlos Caicedo Bastidas and this had helped me a lot. Today i am proud to state that because of this course i can rate myself as an expert coder and working as Faculty assistant under professor Paul has just helped me improve my scripting skills of Python even more. I have also had an experience of working in iConsult and Women in technology organization and has helped me learn work with teams and manage resources and projects.

Upgrading your Laptop to 802.11ac

With the new 802.11ac products coming in the market, I started feeling the pinch of my laptop not being capable to this new wifi standard which is 802.11ac also refered to ac WiFi. Eventually, I started looking out for products which can on Amazon and came across this excellent Wifi Adapter created by Intel, Intel Network 7260.HMWG WiFi Wireless-AC 7260 H/T Dual Band 2×2 AC+Bluetooth HMC which can upgrade your laptop capability from previous 2×2 n or even draft N wifi standard to the all new ac standard.

n to ac Network Card

The next thing i did was to order  this network adapter and get it delivered to my home in 2 business days (Thanks to amazon prime service!). Today, I received this adapter and in order to install it, just to confirm I reffered to the following Youtube video and alongside replaced my previos Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 2230 with the new Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 Plus Bluetooth* network adapter. Guess what? The installation was simple, the system adapted it just fine and the drivers gave no trouble at all. A mere 5-10 min upgradation procedure to upgrade my wifi from 300Mbps to uptil 867 Mbps link speed. I would post any comment, in case i face any issues in future and how i may tackle them . But uptil now everything has been working fine and great!

To summarize, in case you like me are still stuck on previous wireless technology and want to upgrade to the new standard; then go ahead order such similar adapter which would be capable for your laptop and enjoy the high speed campus and home WiFi network.

HTC One M9 officially unveiled with snapdragon 810 soc

Update: HTC has officially unveiled the HTC One M9 Smartphone. The One M9 features a 5″ display with 1080p resolution. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, a 64 bit SOC, with an Octa core 2.0 GHz CPU and Adreno 430 GPU, 3GB of RAM. The phone comes with 2840 mAh battery.htc one M9On camera front, it features a 20.7MP rear camera and 4MP UltraPixel rear camera with a f/2.0 ultra-wide lens and enhanced low-light performance. It runs on Android 5.0.2 lollipop with Sense 7 UI on top.Sense 7.0 comes with themes you can create with one click and a personalised app launcher widget as well as new lock screen widgets.HTC One M9 comes with smart case to protect the phone.

Reference: http://www.htc.com/us/smartphones/htc-one-m9/

 

Samsung Galaxy S6 First Look! Galaxy S6 To Feature Ultra Fast WiFi

Galaxy S6 To Feature Ultra Fast WiFi, 64-Bit Processor

Samsung develops WiZig

However, the latest rumor is that the Galaxy S6 would feature superfast WiFi. It may also be the first Android smartphone to run a 64-bit processor. The Korean electronics giant claims to have developed a new WiFi technology dubbed WiZig, which is at least five times faster than any existing system. It will close the gap between wired and WiFi connection on smartphones. Today, wired connection is much faster than WiFi as electric currents can attain a faster speed in wires than on air.

Samsung’s new WiFi technology works on 60GHz band. Note that 60GHz isn’t a new technology as it was introduced by the WiFi Alliance last year. But the Korean giant has worked to overcome the drawbacks of the technology. The new WiFi standard will allow data transmission speeds of up to 575MB per second. That means you can download a 1GB HD movie in less than two seconds.

Reference: http://www.christiantoday.com/article/samsung.galaxy.s6.release.date.device.to.show.off.ultra.fast.wifi/41707.htm