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A laptop computer with a credit card-sized PRISM radio chip set can now convert incoming microwave messages into binary code for computer processing and then convert them back into microwaves for transmission (see Figure 17-5 ). Similarly, microwave transmission is used in Local Area Networks, on corporate or college campuses, in airports, and elsewhere. Whether it is collecting data, relaying conversations, or beaming messages from space, microwave makes the wireless revolution possible.
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look familiar if you are reading through this chapter from beginning to end; the countermeasures used to protect Internet-based threats are not much different from those protecting similar threats in other contexts. Network- and computer-related security countermeasures discussed elsewhere in this book would often apply when any network, system, or application is opened to the Internet. The Internet represents the worst-case security scenario for any system or application, as this exposes it to the most potent threats that exist. Firewalls Firewalls are devices that control the flow of messages between networks. Placed at the boundary between the Internet and an organization s internal network, firewalls enforce security policy by prohibiting all inbound traffic except for the specific few types of traffic that are permitted to a select few systems. For example, a firewall will: Permit incoming e-mail to be sent only to the organization s e-mail server Permit incoming HTTP requests to be sent only to the organization s Internetfacing web server Permit incoming file transfer requests to be sent only to the organization s file transfer gateway Permit outbound e-mail to originate only from the organization s e-mail server The last item in the previous list points out that firewalls control not only what comes in to an organization s network, but also what leaves an organization s network. This last control, permitting outbound mail to originate only from the e-mail server, prevents malware from originating its own e-mail messages, thereby slowing down the spread and impact of some types of malware. Intrusion Detection Systems An intrusion detection system (IDS) is a detective control that is designed to listen to network traffic and generate alerts if it sees any messages that match a database of attack signatures. IDSs are discussed in more detail earlier in this chapter in the section Network Security. Honeypots and Honeynets A honeypot is a trap that is designed to detect unauthorized use of information systems. A honeypot will have the appearance of containing important information and of being unprotected and unmonitored. When an attacker attacks and takes over a honeypot, this provides information to the organization that will help it learn how to better protect its real production computers. A honeypot helps an organization better understand two important facts: Which attackers are sufficiently interested in the organization s information to launch an attack against it Which tools and techniques are used by the attacker(s)
Closed-loop power tests. For closed-loop power control, the base station directs the mobile to fine-tune its output level. Based on the received level, the base station commands the mobile to increase or decrease its output power by 1 dB every 1.25 ms (800 times per second). The standard method of testing closed-loop power performance involves verifying the overall range and linearity of the mobile s closedloop power control range. A CDMA mobile station must demonstrate a 24 dB closed-loop power dynamic range, as well as have a well-defined slew rate as it changes power. To verify performance, the test equipment first must establish a call with the CDMA mobile, then command the mobile to increase its power by over 24 dB and measure that the mobile has, in fact, increased power at least 24 dB. The mobile also must be commanded to lower its power by at least 24 dB to verify that the mobile can decrease its power by at least that amount. Here is an at-a-glance summary of closed-loop power tests:
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Jitter in Transmission Systems We have identified the self-timed operational equipment in transmission systems as the major source of jitter in an integrated digital network. The types of transmission equipment in the network can be divided into the following main categories:
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The 3-Point Curve Tool is used to build perfectly smooth arcing line segments, with complete control over the direction and steepness of the curve between two points. Making a smooth arc is accomplished in three steps. You ll quickly discover that part of the power of the 3-Point Curve Tool is its use in building a series of connected arcs; you can design French curves and ornamental borders by designing a 3-Point Curve, positioning your cursor over the end point until you see the cursor signifying an extension of the last-drawn curve, before you build another 3-Point Curve. This is how the smooth, complex horn shape was drawn in Figure 10-6.
The normalization story does not end with 4NF. Other normal forms have b e e n proposed, but their practicality has not been demonstrated. This section briefly describes two higher normal forms to complete your normalization background.
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