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How do you define the throughput of a network? Calculate the bandwidth x delay product for a 1.5Mbps T1 link through a geo stationary satellite at a height of 35,900 Kms. The only delay is the speed of light propagation delay.


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    Bandwidth = 1.5 Mbps= 1.5 × 106bpsDistance = 35,900 kmTotal distance = 2 × 35,900 km=7.18×107 mDelay (propagation) = distance/speed of light= 7.18×107/ 3 ×108=0.2393s= 0.24 sDelay X Bandwidth = 0.24 × 1.5 × 106= 0. 36 × 106bits = 45000 Bytes5. Programming question: (35 points)In the provided client.c and server.c program, after the client receives “This server has been contacted 1 times” from the server, the client process exits.
    Bandwidth = 1.5 Mbps= 1.5 × 106bpsDistance = 35,900 kmTotal distance = 2 × 35,900 km=7.18×107 mDelay (propagation) = distance/speed of light= 7.18×107/ 3 ×108=0.2393s= 0.24 sDelay X Bandwidth = 0.24 × 1.5 × 106= 0. 36 × 106bits = 45000 Bytes5. Programming question: (35 points)In the provided client.c and server.c program, after the client receives “This server has been contacted 1 times” from the server, the client process exits.
    Bandwidth = 1.5 Mbps= 1.5 × 106bpsDistance = 35,900 kmTotal distance = 2 × 35,900 km=7.18×107 mDelay (propagation) = distance/speed of light= 7.18×107/ 3 ×108=0.2393s= 0.24 sDelay X Bandwidth = 0.24 × 1.5 × 106= 0. 36 × 106bits = 45000 Byte
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