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4G vs 4G Plus   LTE-Advance (Release 10 of 3GPP) and WiMAX Release 2 (IEEE 802.16m) were referred as 4G or 4th Generation Wireless Mobile Broadband technologies, by ITU-R (International Telecommunication Union – Radio Communication Sector) based on IMT Advance requirements. However, LTE (Release 8 of 3GPP) and... 
Difference Between OFDM and OFDMA
OFDM vs OFDMA   OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) and OFDMA (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access) are both wideband digital communication technologies with a slight difference between them. However, both are based on the same concept of bundling evenly spaced multiple sub-carriers with... 
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Bamboo Flooring vs Hardwood   When it comes to building one’s dream house, many issues arise. One must choose the best products that suit one’s needs, requirements, and desires best and this is not an easy task. Flooring is one aspect of housing that seems to be particularly difficult. Bamboo flooring and hardwood... 
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Laminate vs Wood Flooring   Building a house is not easy. There are so many aspects to look into; from walls, bathroom fittings to furniture, everything must be perfect. Flooring is one such important aspect that needs exquisite care when it comes to constructing a house. Laminate flooring and wood flooring are... 
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Soffit vs Fascia   Fascia and soffit are two integral components that are used when it comes to installing roofing. Soffit and fascia provide a variety of purposes such as preventing mold and mildew as well as providing better ventilation. Although, fascia and soffit are two terms often used together they are... 
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Asphalt vs Blacktop   When it comes to material that are commonly used for the construction of roads, asphalt and blacktop are two terms that are used very frequently. Often these two names are used interchangeably, but there is a minute difference between the two that set them apart. What is Asphalt? Asphalt concrete... 
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AIFF vs WAV   AIFF and WAV are two audio file formats developed in the 1990s and are still in use. Both file formats share the same origin; they were derived from the IFF file format. Both file types are first generation audio file types used in professional audio processing/editing software because of the... 
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PROM vs EPROM   In electronics and computing, memory elements are essential to store data and retrieve them afterwards. In earliest stages, magnetic tapes were used as memory and with the semiconductor revolution memory elements were also developed based on semiconductors. EPROM and EEPROM are non-volatile... 
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EPROM vs EEPROM   EEPROM and EPROM are two types of memory storage elements developed in the 1970s. These are non-volatile erasable and reprogrammable memory types and are commonly used in hardware programming. What is EPROM? EPROM stands for Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory, also a category of non-volatile... 
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Tarmac Asphalt vs Bitumen   Three extremely popular construction materials used worldwide, asphalt, bitumen and tarmac are indeed quite hard to differentiate from one another to the untrained eye. However, the nature of these three materials vary drastically, thereby making it very necessary to discern them from... 
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Asphalt vs Concrete   Asphalt and concrete, two construction materials that are frequently used in the world over, are two different choices of paving that can easily be confused with each other. However, each material has a unique quality of its own which renders each of them significant advantages and disadvantages... 
Difference Between System Restore and System Recovery
System Restore vs System Recovery   System Restore and System recovery are two protection measures provided in the windows operating system, to repair any damage caused to the operating system making it unstable.    What is System Restore? System restore is a system utility/tools in the Microsoft windows operating... 
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Workstation vs Server   In IT, server and workstation are quite commonly used terms. Both are high performance computers but are used for different purposes.        Server A server is a hardware system or an application that performs defined services to another set of computers connected to it. In... 
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Combinational vs Sequential Logic   Digital electronics is the basis of modern technological advancements. Digital devices are created using the principles of Boolean logic. Boolean logic, based on the nature of the outputs, is separated into combinational logic and sequential logic. Each type of logic can... 
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Volatile vs Nonvolatile Memory   Volatile and non-volatile are classifications in computer memory. Volatile memory is a type of computer memory that requires power to retain the stored information while nonvolatile memory does not require refreshing to retain the memory values. What is Volatile Memory? Volatile... 
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Processor vs Microprocessor   It is a microprocessor (an electronic circuit built on a semiconductor wafer/slab) that is commonly known as the Processor and is termed as the Central Processing Unit of a computer system. It is an electronic chip that processes information based on the inputs. It is able to... 
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