National Repository of Grey Literature 133 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.00 seconds. 
IoT WiFi soil moisture and temperature sensor
Kostelanská, Alžbeta ; Zeman, Václav (referee) ; Škorpil, Vladislav (advisor)
Bachelor thesis addresses the subject of IoT WiFi soil moisture sensor and temperature sensor based on ESP32 platform. The primary focus of the design is on low power consumption of the device and secure communication. The theoretical part of the thesis describes selected types of sensors which can be used for the designed device. The ESP32 module and some of its features are also introduced. Lastly selected communication protocols which are suitable for IoT applications and can be used with WiFi peripheral are discussed. The practical part of the bachelor thesis deals with hardware design of the sensor device and implementation of this design. Low power consumption is implemented in hardware and in software solution. The focus is on independence of the device and secure communication and data protection. Lastly the concept of webserver used for storing and processing collected data on RaspberryPi platform and concept of sending the measured data to the end-user are introduced.
Sensor of Soil Humidity and of Temperature
Karásek, Vojtěch ; Lattenberg, Ivo (referee) ; Škorpil, Vladislav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with subject of battery powered radio sensor measuring soil humidity and temperature. In thesis is described LoRa wireless technology, it's basic principles, parameters and usage. There are described different kinds of soil moisture and temperature sensors. Finally, a particular sensor and base station design is addressed.
Testing, routing and QoS in private networks
Opravil, Tomáš ; Holík, Martin (referee) ; Škorpil, Vladislav (advisor)
This thesis concerns the interaction of technologies of routing with ensuring the quality of services. It focuses on the function of routing protocols RIP and OSPF in combination with FIFO, PQ and WFQ queues of the technology DiffServ. The main output consists of two complex laboratory tasks. The first deals with theoretical research of the two mentioned above Riverbed programme technologies. The second subsequent task uses the emulator EVE-NG to aim the verification as well as deepening the acquired theoretical knowledge in practise.
Interactions between WLAN networks
Doleželová, Eva ; Zeman, Kryštof (referee) ; Škorpil, Vladislav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the possible interferences caused by the parallel running WLAN networks. It explains the history and subsequent development of wireless technologies and then focuses on current WLAN networks. It describes the problem of interference in WLAN networks and parameters that contribute to mutual interference. Practical part of this thesis consists of two laboratory exercises. The first task is implemented in the Riverbed program, in which a topology with three identical WLAN routers is assembled. After testing the WLAN routers, a graph describing the interference in the 2.4 GHz band is displayed, which is achieved by a suitable choice of frequency band, transmission power and channel. The second laboratory task is implemented utilizing the Iperf3 program, which is installed on three Raspberry Pi´s (RPi Zero, RPi 3, and RPi 4). Network congestion is achieved using the wifijammer script, which is installed on RPi 4. In this second laboratory task, the transmission parameters were first verified and the service was denied using the wifijammer script. For evaluation of the second laboratory task, the IEEE 802.11b and IEEE 802.11n utilizing the frequency band 2,4 GHz were chosen. For testing, the following routers were used: Mercusys, Netis, Tp-Link and Asus routers. Once the measurements were over, all the data was processed and included as charts.
Private networks in the field of telephony
Mašát, Libor ; Polívka, Michal (referee) ; Škorpil, Vladislav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of private networks in the field of telephony. It deals with the used cabling and wireless communication, discusses possible faults and deals with various connection parameters. The output of the work are two laboratory tasks focused on VoIP telephony. The first laboratory task analyzes the communication of used SW phones (Zoiper, X-Lite) in the Wireshark program. In the second laboratory task, the SW private network in a virtual environment is compiled. Two FreePBX control panel SWs are installed and configured in this virtual environment. Using three VoIP phones (Zoiper, X-Lite and MicroSIP), an audio call is made during normal operation and under load. Graphs and communication data are displayed using Wireshark.
Design and implementation of interactive graphical interface for IVR
Konečný, Jakub ; Polívka, Michal (referee) ; Škorpil, Vladislav (advisor)
This diploma thesis focuses on development of graphical user interface for managing IVR applications. The work is more software oriented, it analyzes current state of the iPBX product belonging to the IPEX a.s. company, describes used technologies and introduces new concept of interactive user interface for generating IVR diagrams together with Asterisk dial plan generator.
Design of laboratory exercises in the field of network programmability
Dubovyi, Dmytro ; Polívka, Michal (referee) ; Škorpil, Vladislav (advisor)
The aim of the graduation thesis is to evaluate the current development in the field of SDN and the possibility of programmability of SDN elements using the application programming interface. The first theoretical chapter describes the following: the basic architecture of SDN, the traffic within SDN between its individual layers, the communication protocols Southbound interface and Northbound interface. The second chapter of the thesis deals with the programmability of SDN elements with the help of API. The third theoretical chapter describes the current development in the field of SDN. The practical part of the thesis is devoted to creation of two laboratory tasks dealing with the programming of the SDN API. Laboratory tasks include BIG-IP programming from F5 Network and routers from Arista Network. Programming is done using Python via REST API for BIG-IP, or eAPI for Arista EOS. The Ansible setup tool is also used for the same purpose.
Design of new laboratory exercises with gigabit passive optical network
Chlápek, Jan ; Škorpil, Vladislav (referee) ; Horváth, Tomáš (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on design of new laboratory exercises on the topic of gigabit passive optical networks. The theoretical analysis is devoted to acquaintance with basic problematics of PON and analysis of individual PON standards. Special attention, besides GPON, XG-PON and EPON standards, is devoted to security issues in PON. The goal of practical section of the thesis is the design of four laboratory exercises. Two exercises are focused on configuring GPON and XG-PON networks in a console environment with the help of exemplary console commands. The goal of the third exercise is to hook up and configure an EPON network using web configuration interface. The fourth exercise is designed for a realization of DoS attack against a fully functioning laboratory GPON network. The objective is to jam the upstream communication bandwidth with laser transmission causing a desynchronization between active network elements.
Photonic Services Testbed
Kubica, Matěj ; Škorpil, Vladislav (referee) ; Horváth, Tomáš (advisor)
Bachelor thesis focuses on the theoretical analysis of optical cables and it‘s fusion splicing and distribution. This thesis deals with basic difference between different types of optical fibers. Importance is put on singlemode fibers and it‘s standardization. Following by analysis of different techniques of uniting optical fibers and distribution of cables inside buildings. In the practical part the realization of individual joints with measured values is described. Next part describes connection of individual fibers into optical bath. This connection is completely documented and certain services are realized on selected fibers
Devices Monitoring in Computer Networks
Kutaj, Matej ; Musil, Petr (referee) ; Škorpil, Vladislav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the supervision of computer networks and related technologies. The bachelor thesis describes individual technologies, topology of supervised network, list of Vlan networks, description of Zabbix system, its implementation in Hyper-V and setting of individual network adapters, description of error solving by creating script and then creating all elements using web interface. The results are created by maps of individual monitored networks and created graphs from priority switches.

National Repository of Grey Literature : 133 records found   1 - 10nextend  jump to record:
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.