Classroom Shared Whiteboard System using Multicast Protocol ijtsrd

Multiple hosts wish to receive the same data from one or more senders. Multicast routing defines extensions to IP routers to support broadcasting data in IP networks. Multicast data is sent and received at a multicast address which defines a group. Data is sent and received in multicast groups via routing trees from sender s to receivers. Demonstrative lectures require to share the computer screen of the lecturer to the students as well as to make discussion with the students. The Multicast protocol is the most suitable method because of its capability in speed and better synchronized process. The word multicast is typically used to refer to IP multicast which is often employed for streaming media, and Internet television applications.

by Wit Yee Swe | Khaing Thazin Min | Khin Chan Myae Zin | Yi Yi Aung “Classroom Shared Whiteboard System using Multicast Protocol”

Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019,


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