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Short communication

The infrared light is used for many years for the communication directly between nearby devices to each other, such as remote control and your television, for example.

 
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The extension of the corporate network

Although there are a multitude of applications in WiFi technology, it is clear as its primary target is the corporate network. As we have seen, the WiFi was designed for a wireless version of Ethernet and the latter is found in almost all businesses. In most cases, a company that decides be equipped with a WiFi network already has a wired Ethernet network. It is therefore generally build a wireless extension to an existing wired network.

 
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The transfer rate, or "data rate" refers to the speed with which data is transferred from its source to its destination, such as from one computer to another over a network, or from the computer to the disk drive. It's measured like we would measure any rate of speed-in units of information per the unit of time, like miles per hour. On a computer you may hear transfer rates expressed in terms like bits per second, megabytes per second, or characters per second.



 
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Parity is a form of "error checking" where the computer checks to see if all the data it was supposed to get really did come through. You will most likely be confronted with parity when you use a telecommunications package to communicate through your modem. In fact, that's probably why you're reading this. The dialog box where you can set the serial port settings always wants to know the parity. The default setting is probably the safest thing to use if you don't know a reason to change it.



 
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Half duplex means data can be relayed in only one direction at a time. Two-way transmission is possible, but the transmissions must be alternate. A walkie-talkie is half duplex-when one person is speaking, she cannot also listen A telephone is full duplex-information can go both ways simultaneously; both ends can talk and hear all the time-so does a modem.

 
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EtherTalk is Apple Computer software that allows the Macintosh to hook into Ethernet networks. To use EtherTalk and Ethernet, the Mac must have the Ethernet interface card installed inside the computer.



 
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Definition: Ethernet (pronounced "eether net") is a computer network technology which is used in different area networks like LAN, MAN, WAN. Ethernet connecting computers together with cable so the computers can share information. Within each main branch of the network, "Ethernet" can connect up to 1,024 personal computers and workstations.



 
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From the early 1900s until now, long distance communication has primarily been in the form of the telephone line. Now telephone lines are being used for more than the transmission of voice; they are also used for the transmission of computer data. There are many reasons why someone might want to transfer data between one PC and another using phone lines.



 
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Broadband ISDN (BISON) The next-generation of ISDN technology, with promised bandwidths from 150 megabits per second upward, sufficient to carry video-phone calls and movies. BISON will be carried over FIBRE-OPTIC cabling rather than wire, and the underlying transport protocol will be ASYNCHRONOUS TRANSFER MODE. Different implementations are planned in the USA, which will employ YNCHRONOUS OPTICAL NETWORK and Europe, which will use SYNCHRONOUS DIGITAL HIERARCHY.



 
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Bit Error: An error in a single BIT within a BYTE or WORD of data transmitted over a noisy channel: for example if the byte sent was 11111111 then a received value of 11111101 would represent a bit error in the second bit. There are well-known ERROR DETECTION AND CORRECTION algorithms that can correct one or more such bit errors, given some extra, redundant information, and these techniques are widely applied in the mechanisms of HARDDISK and CD-ROM drives, as well as in telecommunication systems.



 
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Let us examine the transmission technique that is to say how a transmitter can send a signal that the receiver will recognize as a 1 or a 0.

 
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1 Literally, not synchronized; that is, proceeding at its own pace.

2 In electronics, it describes circuits that do not operate in step with other devices controlled by a shared CLOCK SIGNAL.

 
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AppleTalk: A proprietary LAN protocol that is built into Apple's MACINTOSH computers. AppleTalk is independent of the underlying network transport, and is currently able to run over serial cable (LocalTalk) or over an ETHERNET network (EtherTalk).  An AppleTalk port is built in to all Macs.



 
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The purpose of error control is to ensure that the information received by the receiver is exactly the information transmitted by the sender. As the communication channel is highly unreliable, the receiver must be able to deal with the received data, if it contains error. The term error control is defined as the process of identification or correction of error occurred in the transmitted data. There are two types of error control mechanisms. They are:



 
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Data is transmitted between communication devices in multiples of fixed-length units, typically 8-bits. For example, if the computer is transferring a source program, the data will be made up of a block of 8-bit binary-encoded characters. On the other hand, if the data is in the form of a compiled object code of the program, the data will be made up of a block of 8-bit bytes. At the receiving end, the following parameters are determined to decode and interpret the message correctly.



 
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This is very simple optical fiber communication system. In this particular scenario, the optical fiber requires one connection to the transmitter side and another connection at the receiver side. In another scenario when it is required to communicate over long distances where more than one length of fiber cable and other supporting equipment are placed in the system.

 
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Like other communication system, fiber optic communication has also a transmitter at one end of the system, which injects information on to the fiber cables. The transmitter processes and translates coded electronic pulse information coming from copper wire into equivalently coded light pulses. The basic concept behind the optical transmitter is that it converts electrical input signals into modulated light for transmission over an optical fiber. The input signal determines the characteristics of the resulting modulated light, which may be turned on and off or may be linearly varied in intensity between two predetermined levels.



 
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In case of coaxial cables and twisted cable the maximum signal frequency, and hence the information rate that can be transmitted using a solid conductor is limited. Optical fiber differs from both these transmission media in that it carries the transmitted information in the' form of a fluctuating beam of light in a glass fiber rather than as an electrical signal on a wire. This type of transmission has become strong support for digital network owing to its high capacity and other factors favorable for digital communication.



 
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Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) was set up as an international standard for network architecture. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) took the initiative in setting up OSI. OSI has two meanings. It 'refers to:

 
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Network architecture understood as the set of layers and layer protocols that constitute the communication system.



 

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