Data transmission | Data
Data transmission is the sending of data from one location to another over a communication channel, or network. It is an important aspect of modern communication systems, as it enables the transfer of information between different devices and systems.
Data transmission is needed for a variety of applications, such as communication between computers, sending and receiving e-mail, making phone calls, and accessing the Internet. It allows us to connect with other people and access information from all over the world.
There are many different types of data transmission, but the basic principle is the same. First, the data is converted into a digital format that can be easily transmitted over a network. The data is converted into a series of ones and zeros. The digital data is then transmitted over the network using a series of signals or electromagnetic waves.
At the receiving end, the data is converted back to its original form by a process called demodulation. This allows the recipient to access and use the transmitted information.
The experts at BITS have dealt with the topic of data transmission in a large number of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.