Radio silence

Radio silence is a term used to describe a lack of communication between two or more parties. It can be used in a variety of contexts, but is most commonly associated with military applications, where it is often used as a tactic to avoid detection or to prevent enemy forces from tracking one’s movements. In … Read more


The term anonymous can refer to a person or group of people who choose to remain unidentified, usually for political reasons. It can also refer to something that is not identified, such as an authorless message or post. In computer networking, anonymous can also refer to a user who is not logged in or does … Read more

Hot Spot 2

0 (HS 2.0). HS 2.0 is the next generation of the Wi-Fi hotspot specification, providing a way for devices to automatically connect to the best available Wi-Fi network. It is based on the Hotspot 2.0 technical specification from the Wi-Fi Alliance. HS 2.0 defines a set of features that allow devices to connect to Wi-Fi … Read more

Wi-Fi 6 (802

11ax). The term “Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)” refers to the latest generation of Wi-Fi technology. This technology is designed to improve upon the previous generations of Wi-Fi in a number of ways, including increased speeds, improved efficiency, and increased capacity. Is 802. 11 ax WiFi good? 802.11ax, also known as WiFi 6, is the latest generation … Read more

Amazon Silk

Amazon Silk is a web browser developed by Amazon. It was first released for Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet on September 28, 2011. The browser uses Amazon’s own servers to pre-process and compress web pages before sending them to the device, thereby reducing data usage and loading times. Silk is based on the open-source Chromium project … Read more

Packet coalescing

Packet coalescing is the process of combining multiple small packets into a single larger packet before sending them over a network. This can help to improve network efficiency and performance by reducing the number of packets that need to be sent, and can also help to reduce the amount of overhead associated with each packet. … Read more

Access network

An access network is a telecommunications network which connects subscribers to their service provider. It is generally used in reference to the network infrastructure which connects individual homes and businesses to a telephone or data network. An access network typically includes a central office, which is a physical location where subscriber lines terminate and connect … Read more

Session control protocol (SCP)

A session control protocol (SCP) is a network protocol that establishes, controls, and terminates communication sessions between two or more networked devices. A session is a logical connection between two devices that allows them to exchange data. The session is established using a three-way handshake, and data is exchanged using a reliable, connection-oriented protocol. Once … Read more

Persistent connection (HTTP persistent connection)

The term persistent connection (or HTTP persistent connection) refers to a network communication mechanism in which a single TCP connection is used for multiple HTTP requests and responses. This allows for a more efficient use of network resources and can improve performance in some scenarios. In the context of HTTP, a persistent connection is typically … Read more


The Starlink project is a proposed satellite constellation being developed by SpaceX. The constellation will consist of thousands of small satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO), working in combination with ground transceivers to provide high-speed Internet service to small terminals around the world. The project is still in the early stages of development, with the … Read more