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Essay: ECR supported by RFID

Sample Essay Bar-coding is conducted on individual items to track their origin which has to be printed on their packaging,. This can be difficult as well as time consuming with increased costs. The RFID technology allows the retailers to use chips instead of barcodes for tracking their orders...
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Essay: DSL and Broadband Internet

Sample Essay The DSL and The Broadband internet are similar in terms of their functionality and the service provided to the customers; however they are significantly different when it comes to their characteristics. The DSL provides its customers with a constant high speed internet with very high bandwidth...
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Essay: DSL Vs Broadband Internet

Sample Essay The DSL has specific disadvantage which pertain to lower bandwidth and speed of the internet and the restriction of the service to thickly settled urban and suburban areas as DSL links are supposed to be located with 18,000 feet from the telecommunication company providing the DSL...
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Essay: Digital Subscriber Line

Sample Essay A DSL internet is a Digital Subscriber Line based internet where the user is directly connected with a telecom company which provides the user with a dedicated high speed phone line for the internet which results in a constant bandwidth every time a consumer connects to...
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Essay: Comparison of DSL and Broadband Internet

Sample Essay The broadband internet on the other hand is easily and widely available to the consumer sand is much less complicated to use than the DSL internet. “Cable networks are simpler, and they can carry more information because cable was designed for broadcasting video signals” (Isenberg, 2000)....
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Essay: Development of Fingerprints

Sample Essay There basically exist three main types of prints. The latent prints are those prints which are invisible and hidden, they cannot be seen under normal circumstances and usually forensic c technology pertaining to the use of chemicals and visualization are utilized to lift these finger prints....
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Essay: Early Practices for Fingerprinting

Sample Essay The early practices for finger printing were concerned with using foreign substances like congealing oils and glues which would retain the shape of the finger print. The finger prints as identified above, were mostly used to seal contracts and make identifying markets on contracts where the...
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Essay: History of Fingerprinting

Sample Essay In 1686, the professor of anatomy formBologna, Marcello Malphigi identified the unique riges and patterns on the foremost layer of skin. However he was unable to provide any information about the use of these marks as an identification tool for humans. In 1823, Purkinji identified the...
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Essay: Background of Fingerprinting

Sample Essay Fingerprints are unique marks and patterns formed due to the ridges on the hands of human beings. “Fingerprints are the result of oils from the skin being left behind. Ridges on the skin, called friction ridges, create a pattern that is transferred as an individual print.”...
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Essay: Disruptive Technology

Sample Essay To face these challenges, companies need to recognize, evolve and use effective market research. They have to test possible disruptive technologies before they overtake the customary sustaining technology (Pinchot & Pellman 1999:245). Even after adopting this sudden change, managers should leave room for malfunction and improvement, and...
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