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    compare/contrast these different medias. There are basically four types of media used for Local Area Networks. The most commonly used are twisted copper pairs, Coaxial cables, Fiber Optic, and the Wireless technology. Twisted copper wire, also known, as the common telephone wire is very similar to the wires used in telephone systems. However, the twisted pair wire required for reliable data transmission is of a heavier gauge than the telephone wire. It uses 24 to 26 AWG (American Wire Gauge, www

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    Bead Bar Network

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    The Bead Bar is in need of a network that not only meets the needs of the corporate office, but also allows the corporate office to communicate effectively with the individual studios. In addition to this, the Vice President of Bead Bar on Board, Mitch, travels extensively and needs to be able to connect to the network from on board the cruise ships. The network recommendations contained herein are designed to meet the specific needs of the Bead Bar and those that will be accessing the Bead Bar

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    modems

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    Does the humble telephone lines play a major role in shaping the third millennium? Can a mere pair of thin copper wires twisted around each other transmit Internet data reliably and securely at blazing fast speed, making it possible to view high-quality moving images, sound and vast amounts of data on your personal computer screen or television? The answer is yes, as the growing success of DSL (digital subscriber line) technology abundantly demonstrates. The capacity of a communications channel depends

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    Networks and Connectivity Trying to give a definition to the term COMMUNICATIONS we can say that “Communications is the dispatch of a message from one point to another and the confirmation of the complete , right and conceivable receiving of the message by the authorized addressee'; . As we can see from the history there was a huge try to achieve the communication between people . The signals of smoke , the sounds of the drum , the fire were some of the basic ways for the transfer of a message

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    DSL Technology

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    DSL Technology Introduction The accelerated growth of content rich applications and online gaming, which demand high bandwidth, has changed the nature of information networks. High-speed communication is now an ordinary requirement throughout business, government, academic, and home office environments. Internet access, telecommuting, and remote LAN access are three of the clearly defined services that network access providers are offering now. These rapidly growing applications are placing a

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    Electrical Strangers

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    The Nature of Electrical Strangers Technology has planted its roots in the grounds of society, and it is taking over. As John Updike describes in his poem, “Telephone Poles,” there are discrepancies between nature and technology. The progressive technological innovations have blinded individuals to the imbalance between nature-made and manmade. In Updike’s work, the foundation is the extended metaphor established in the title that compares telephone poles to trees. Through Updike’s use of extended

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    Network Design

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    information can travel. The most popular types of network cabling in use today are Twisted-pair (TP) in both unshielded (UTP), and shielded (STP) varieties, and Fiber-optic cable. While the use of Coaxial cable has declined in the arena of Local Area Networking (LAN), it is still prominently featured by Cable Television firms, providing both Television, and Internet services. While the electrical pulses that Twisted-pair wiring carries over a copper medium is different from the pulses of light carried

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    E-mails work faster than telephones, but was there not a time when telephones were faster and quicker than any other mode of communication? We live in an evolving world where things change every now and then and new technologies and inventions keep coming up every now and then. Why is it that we always want what is the fastest mode in everything that we do? Even if we do communication is something that is of vital importance whether the world globalizes or not but in a world like tody communication

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    Telecommunication

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    Telecommunication 1. Introduction Computer and telephone networks inflict a gigantic impact on today's society. From letting you call John in Calgary to letting you make a withdraw at your friendly ATM machine they control the flow of information. But today's complicated and expensive networks did not start out big and complicated but rather as a wire and two terminals back in 1844. From these simple networks to the communication giants of today we will look at the evolution of the network

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    Telecommunications

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    What is Telecommunications? Telecommunications enables people around the world to contact one another, to access information instantly, and to communicate from remote areas. It usually involves a sender and one or more recipients linked by a technology, such as a telephone system, or computer network (LANs or WANs), that transmits information from one place to another. Devices used for telecommunications can convert different types of information, such as sound and video, into electronic signals

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