Upon completing this chapter, you will be able to:
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Describe the primary types and uses of twisted-pair cables Describe the primary types and uses of coaxial cables Describe the primary types and uses of ﬁber-optic cables Describe the primary types and uses of wireless med...
Communications Technician Test
Test Number: 2983
Human Resources Performance Assessment Services Southern California Edison An Edison International Company
The 2983 Communications Technician Test is a job knowledge...
POWER OF MEDIA
The media reaches over a 100 million people a day. Due to its tremendous audience and the impact it has, the media has been able to change public opinion, American policy, and even American history. The media's powerful influence can be seen through its...
CCNA EXPLORATION V4.0 NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS INSTRUCTOR REFERENCE GUIDE
COMPARISON OF NEW CURRICULA WITH EXISTING CURRICULA
Prepared by Cisco Learning Institute
June 25, 2007
INSTRUCTOR REFERENCE GUIDE
Network Fundamentals Summary
New CCNA curricul...
The bus, ring and, star topologies all have there benefits and shortcomings. These three topologies all need a NIC’s to communicate with the media that they are transferring data over. The media could be different types of cables (CAT-45, COAX, optical) or infrared or radio frequency if it is a...
This report gives a brief description of the current stage of tree topology and the diagram design of the topology. Tree topology is and interconnection of star networks from bus topology in that each peripheral node are required to transmit to and receive data from other nodes on the netw...
Topologies are an important part of a network design. A topology is a schematic description of the arrangement of a network. In other words, it refers to the shape of a network, or network’s layout. A network’s topology determines how different nodes in a network are connected...
1. Definition of research object 4
1.1 Objectives of the network 4
1.2 Characteristics of the network 5
2. Determining the size and structure of the network 5
3. The choice of network equipment 7
3.1. Server 7
3.2. Workstation 8
3.3. Cable 8
3.4. Network ad...
CE52104-2 Networked Computer Systems (UC2F0907BIT)
List of Figures
Figure 1.0 Network topology Figure 2.0 Point to Point Meshed Network Figure 3.0 ITU G.655 single mode fiber optic Figure 4.0 Comparisons of various vendors from 2000 to 2001 Figure 5.0 Comparisons of various vendors from 199...
The Kondratieff cycle is getting shorter and shorter
Pace of development
• Water Power Textiles Iron First Wave 1785 60 years
• Steam engines Railroads Steel Second Wave 1845 55 years
• Electricity Chemicals Combustion engine Third wave 1900 50years
• Petrochemicals Electronics Av...
JWD Network Upgrade
Project Manager: Joseph H. Schuessler, Ph.D. Telecommunication for Managers December 5, 2011 Project Team: Group 3 Rosalie Murphy Jonathan Kisor Marcus Wilson Juan Hernandez
About the Authors
Rosalie Murphy is a graduate from the University of Cebu in the Phili...
HISTORY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
The term "information technology" evolved in the 1970s. Its basic concept, however, can be traced to the World War II alliance of the military and industry in the development of electronics, computers, and information theory. After the 1940s, the military remaine...
Devices use to connect network/ internetworking device
Various devices are used to connect network of a computer The most common devices are:
|1) Routers |2) Gateways |3) Repeaters |4) Bridges |5) Hub |
The main advantages of network sharing immediately felt it was, the Internet is global, because basically the Internet itself is a series of computers (thousands even millions of computers) that are connected to each other. Because of the evaluation and the development from time to time, thus fo...
AACS 2033: Fundamentals of Computer Networks
CHAPTER 1 :
Communicating over the Network
AACS 2033 Chap 1: Communicating Over The Network -1-
Upon completion of this chapter, student should be able to:
Describe elements of communications and the required components...
Nowadays, more and more people embrace the use of social network to bond/communicate with those who are dear to them: like family members, friends, work colleagues, etc. The list seems to be endless but the fact is: no man is an Island. Human persons have an intrinsic need to inter...
Introduction to Networking
1 Networking and Network Programming 2 TCP/IP Overview 3 WinSock Overview 4 Visual C++
Chapter 1 s
Networking and Network Programming
Networking Networking and Network and Network Programming Programming
Part I s
Introduction to Networki...
NETWORKING SYSTEMS AND LOCAL AREA NETWORKS (LAN)
A network is a system of two or more computers that are connected in some manner. Each computer on the network has access to the files and peripheral equipment (such as printers or modems) on all the other computers on the network.
1 :: What is an Object server?
With an object server, the Client/Server application is written as a set of communicating objects. Client object communicate with server objects using an Object Request Broker (ORB). The client invokes a method on a remote object. The ORB locates an instance of t...
Project done by: Sultan Al-Shaman
A computer network is a communications network that connects a collection of different or similar types of computers and networks to allow communication and data exchange between systems, software applicatio...