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BSC Full Form – What Is The Full Form Of BSC

BSC Full Form – Hi Friends, Today we are going to talk about Full form of BSC. So first of all I wanna tell you BSC has two different meaning. First meaning is associated with educational field, while second is related to technology field.

BSC Full Forms

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Base Station Controller

Bachelor of Science

BSC stands for Bachelor Of Science. It is an undergraduate degree in the field of Science. Bachelor of Science offers a very specific knowledge about various subject areas. BSC is a good platform to develop technical skills with theory & practical. Therefore, all students with strong background in Math & Science find the BSC course.

This is very popular bachelor degree in India. If I talk about duration of this degree then I must say time period of this course is similar to other degree, which is precise three years, Whereas in the other countries such as Canada, it takes 3 to 5 years to complete.

BSC Subjects

Multiple subjects of science are in BSC. In India, you can complete B.Sc degree in many subjects like Mathematics, Biology, Computer Science, Information Technology, Physics, Chemistry, Nursing, Social Science, Agriculture, Biochemistry, Biotechnology and many other subjects.

Types Of BSC

B.Sc has been devided into two parts, BSC Honours and B.Sc General. Even though, both the degrees are awarded at an undergraduate level, they are slightly different from each other. BSc honours is designed to inculcate advanced knowledge of theoretical and practical and it focus on a single subject, whereas this feature is not available in BSC General.

Top BSC Collages

1Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
2California Institute of Technology
3Harvard University
4Princeton University
5Yale University
6The University of Chicago
7Johns Hopkins University
8University of California, Berkeley.

Base Station Controller

The base station is a radio transmitter / receiver, in which the antenna is used in the mobile telecommunications network. The base station maintains communication between the network and mobile users through the radio link. The geographical area covered by the base station is called a cell. In UMTS, the base station is called Node B.

The mobile base station sends / receives radio signals and is responsible for creating cell fields. A typical cell tower is made up of several parts:

(i) Antenna – To send and receive radio signals within the cell.

(ii) Tower or auxiliary structure – where antennae is engaged, it can be either a building or tower.

(iii) Hardware – Usually, it is called BTS (base transceiver station) and stored in a cabinet or shelter.

(iv) Link – A link for digital exchange that can be either a cable or a wireless connection.

Types Of Base Station

The base station is usually positioned at one place above the grounded area, which provides coverage. Different types of base stations are set according to the necessary coverage, which are as follows:

  1. Macro cells – These are base stations covering the largest area of ​​service provider and are usually located in rural areas and highways.
  2. Micro cells – Micro cells is a low-power base station that covers areas where a mobile network requires additional coverage to maintain the quality of service to customers. They are usually located in suburban and urban areas.
  3. Peacock Cells – Peacock cells are small base stations that offer more localized coverage with many users in areas where the quality of the network is poor. Peacock cells is usually kept inside buildings.

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