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1 Allows precise control of a function, but requires remembering all the correct commands and switches necessary for a task; used in DOS; a way of interacting with computers.
2 An interautonomous system routing protocol; a network or group of network under a common administration and with common routing policies.
4 Provides a loopback function for telephone company testing, and checks bipolar signal generation.
7 A high-speed, point-to-point channel for attaching a graphics card to a computer’s motherboard, primarily to assist in the acceleration of 3D computer graphics.
9 Common measure of data speed for computer modems and transmission carriers.
13 Special type of CD-ROM that can be written onto by any computer with a recording drive; can only be written onto once.
14 Specification that allows mobile phones, computers, and PDAs to be connected wirelessly over short ranges.
15 Bring users of the network into contact with one another.
16 Connects building LANs together.
18 Connects LANs within a building.
20 Requires very little power; maintains information even when the computer is off.
21 The merging and sometimes clashing of voice and data networks.
24 Optical storage device read by lasers; can hold up to 700 megabytes of data.
26 A combination of hardware and software that lets the various computers in an organization communicate with one another.
28 Allows multiple devices to be wired to a central location to share the same media and regenerate the signal; also referred to as multiport repeaters.
34 Performs the functions of file transfer, e-mail, etc.
36 Logical network segment where data packets can 'collide' with one another for being sent on a shared medium, in particular in the Ethernet networking protocol.
40 Transmission that uses a set amount of network capacity on a continual basis; used when the arrival of the information is time-sensitive.
43 How a system is designed; includes how the components are connected to and operate with each other.
45 A count of the number of bits in a transmission unit that is included with the unit so the receiver can check to see whether the same number of bits arrived.
1 Occurs when several network users communicate at the same time and interfere (collide) with one another.
2 Describes signals and systems whose range of frequency is measured from 0 to a maximum bandwidth or highest signal frequency; sometimes used as a noun for a band of frequencies starting at 0.
3 Interprets the LAN hardware adapter address contained in MAC and decide whether to filter or forward the frame; does not change the frame in any way.
5 Expressed in a range of frequencies using hertz as the unit of measurement; also called analog capacity.
6 Relates a number from 0 to 255 in the binary (base 2) form to keyboard characters.
8 Used for common channel signaling by both the telephone company switch and the customer equipment; provides the call signals that set up B channel connections.
10 A voluntary organization that coordinates the development and use of consensus standards in the United States and represents the needs and views of U.S. stakeholders in standaradization forums around the globe.
11 Electrical connection between any two components in a computer.
12 Set of rules for determining how network devices response when two devices collide.
14 System layout where electrical signals generated by a device connected anywhere on the bus are received by all other connected devices.
15 Special computer program that provides an environment in which other programs can use the computer’s central processor and the attached input/output devices.
17 An integrated circuit designed for a particular use.
19 A technique used for transmitting information via a radio carrier wave.
22 The standard size of data in a computer; 8-bits.
23 Special type of CD-ROM that can be written onto by any computer with a recording drive; can be written onto more than once.
25 The firmware code run by an IBM-compatible PC when first powered on, known as “booting up”; primary function is to prepare the machine so other software programs can load, execute, and assume control of the PC.
27 Describes the user information transfer rate the network supports during normal network operations.
29 Method of checking for errors in data that has been transmitted on a communications link; a function used to produce a Checksum against a block of data.
30 Gives programmers a formal set of routines to call on to use underlying network services.
31 Software used to design products such as electronic circuit boards in computers.
32 Client applications that access WWW servers.
33 Keeps data the processor is likely to need quickly close at hand; increases processor operation speed.
35 A digital circuit that calculates an arithmetic operation (e.g., addition, subtraction) and logic operations between two numbers; the fundamental building block of the Central Processing Unit (CPU) or a computer.
37 High bandwidth, cell-switching technology; designed to carry many different types of information, including voice, video, image, data, and graphics; another form of STDM (statistical time division multiplexing).
38 Contraction of the expression “binary digit”; smallest unit of data in a computer.
39 Information manipulated inside the computer in the form of bits and bytes.
41 Typical form of xDSL telephone companies offer to residences.
42 Network layer protocol provided with TCP/IP; used to map an IP (internet protocol) address to a MAC (media access card) access.
44 How fast the CPU works.
45 The brain of the computer system where calculations and decisions are made; also referred to as the processor.
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