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Have a fantastico Xperia SP !

This is for all disappointed Xperia SP users out there. 😦 The last official release rolled out for Xperia SP was JB 4.3 and Sony confirmed that Xperia SP would not be getting Android 4.4. Having a decent CPU, every Xperia SP user was expecting at least a KITKAT release. But all we could do … Continue reading

Stack implementation with Push, Pop and Display operations.

/* Write a C program to implement stack. Stack is a LIFO data strcuture * * LIFO – Last in First Out * * Perform PUSH(insert operation), POP(Delete operation) and Display stack */ #include <stdio.h> #include <conio.h> #define MAXSIZE 5 struct stack /* Structure definition for stack */ { int stk[MAXSIZE]; int top; }; typedef … Continue reading

Face Recognition

Face, the foremost distinguishing feature of human body, making you the ‘unique you’, not only gives you an individual identity, but can also save you from security breaches and fraud transactions, can take care of your personal data, and prevent your PC, wireless network from plausible security threats!! Unlike the world of facebook, where you … Continue reading

Multilevel Inheritance

// An example for Multilevel Inheritance #include<iostream.h> #include<conio.h> #include<string.h> class student    // base class { private: int rl; char nm[20]; public: void read(); void display(); }; class marks : public student // dervivec from student { protected: int s1; int s2; int s3; public: void getmarks(); void putmarks(); }; class result : public marks // … Continue reading

Matrix Multiplication with and without Functions

I’m starting off the coding Category. I’ll try to put the coding as simple and so that it is understandable. I’m Beginning with Matrix multiplication because this was the code which we were trying to crack during our school days 🙂 (thinking it to be so difficult). Now it seems to be so simple. Matrix … Continue reading

A RF Module

The RF module, operates at Radio Frequency. The corresponding frequency range varies between 30 kHz & 300 GHz. In this RF system, the digital data is represented as variations in the amplitude of carrier wave. This kind of modulation is known as Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK). Why RF ? Transmission through RF is better than … Continue reading

How LED works ?

LED (Light Emitting Diode) is a special diode that emits light when electric voltage is applied to it. It is a common electronic equipment used in many devices for indication purpose. So what is a LED ? and how actually does it work ? Lets see…. There are two leads of an LED that are … Continue reading

How Computer Boots Up?

How PC Boots up? Have you ever given it a thought that when you press the power button on your laptop or PC, what happens behind the logo of Windows XP/Vista/Seven or Linux. From the pressing of the power button to the appearance of the login screen there are more than hundred components/peripherals that are … Continue reading

The Generations – 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G

The cellular wireless communications industry witnessed tremendous growth in the past decade with over four billion wireless subscribers worldwide. The first generation (1G) analog cellular systems supported voice communication with limited roaming. The second generation (2G) digital systems promised higher capacity and better voice quality than did their analog counterparts. Moreover, roaming became more prevalent … Continue reading

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