Subatomic Particle Sensitivity of Gigabyte Networks
Anubhuti Khare1, Manish Saxena2, Rajesh Kourav3
1Dr. Anubhuti Khare, Department of Electronics and Communication, University Institute of Technology Rajeev Gandhi Technical University, Bhopal, India.
2Manish Saxena, Head of Electronics and Communication Department, , Bansal Institute Of Science and Technology, Bhopal, India.
3Rajesh Kourav, Student, M.Tech (Digital Communication, Bansal Institute Of Science and Technology, Bhopal, India.
Manuscript received on October 28, 2011. | Revised Manuscript received on November 13, 2011. | Manuscript published on December 30, 2011. | PP: 15-21 | Volume-1 Issue-2, December 2011. | Retrieval Number: B0125111111/2011©BEIESP
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Abstract: We have presenting subatomic particle radiation testing of the 57710 network controller. It shows that there is a SEFI mode that could cause the internal network to become unavailable every two to 1136 years with the TCP/IP protocol and every five to 2276 years using the UDP protocol based on location and solar activity. To use intersystem networks, devices will need network controllers and switches. These devices are likely to be affected by single-event effects, which could affect data communication. In this paper, we will present radiation data and performance analysis for using a Broadcom network controller in a neutron environment.
Keywords: Networking, WLAN, Security.