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### IT120-HW2-SP12-solution

Course: IT 120, Spring 2012
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2 Spring IT120 Homework 2012 1. (9pts) An image is 1280 by 800 pixels. Each pixel requires 2 bytes of data. Assume that the image is uncompressed. How long does it take to transmit this image over a using an 802.11g wireless access point? How long does it take to transmit this image over a 10Gbps LAN? (1280 * 800) * 2 bytes * 8 bits/bytes = 16,384,000bits =&gt; total number of bits to be transferred For...

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