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  • Introduction to Hertz (HZ) Gigahertz (GHz) and Megahert

    Hertz is a measurement of the transmission frequency of radio signals in a second. Named after the scientist Hein rich hertz, a single MHz (megahertz)
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  • What is Auto Sensing - An introduction to Auto Sense

    Auto sensing is the ability of Ethernet equipment (hubs, switches, NICs) to choose the speeds at which to operate. Auto sensing employs signaling meth
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  • The Concept of Wireless Spread Spectrum Communication

    Wireless spread spectrum communication is employed in cellular networks and Wi-Fi. It provides stability by reducing wireless interference and increas
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  • Finding Wifi hot spots - Wi-fi Hot Spot

    A Wi-Fi hotspot is a wireless access point which provides internet access to network devices in public places. Wi-Fi technology is used by home networ
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  • How many computers can share a network - Size of a Wire

    Wireless access points (Wi-Fi) can support a considerably ample number of devices on a network. Theoretically, it is possible to hook up to 4 wired de
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  • The effect of Wi-Fi (WIFI) on a laptops battery life.

    Wireless radio (Wi-Fi) requires power (which is measured in decibel milliwatts dBm). The Wi-Fi will utilize battery power whenever the radio is switch
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  • Introduction to Bluetooth

    Bluetooth is kind of like a low powered wireless radio for small devices like cell phones or other devices that connect over short gaps in proximity.
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  • Comparison between 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, and or802

    The standards 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, or802.11n are the ones most wireless products conform to, a comparison between them will show which is the mo
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  • Decibels (Db,Dbm)

    Wi-Fi signals are often measured in terms of decibels. Basically decibels are a unit of measurement. They are used for many other types of audio equip
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  • Introduction alternative to internet connections for ho

    There are many alternatives for internet connections out there. Here we will introduce you to some of them.
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  • Comparison and Difference between DSL and cable interne

    Overall DSL seems to be a better option than cable. Considering different aspects such as speed, popularity, satisfaction and security.
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  • DSL, ADSL, IDSL

    T1 Asymmetric DSL tends to have more bandwidth with regards to downloading, the provider restrict the upstream bandwidth which then allows them to cha
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  • What are T1 and T3 lines

    T1 and T3 lines are basically leased lines, which are used in the field of telecommunications. They are an example of reserved circuit communication t
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  • Fiber Optic Cables

    Fiber optic cables are expensive cables that are made up of thin strands of glass fibres, all of which is encased in insulated casing.
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  • What is LTE Long Term Evolution

    LTE is a new form of wireless broadband. It is primarily for handheld devices and supports roaming on cell phones and PDAs and such.
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  • What is Wimax Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave

    What is popularly known as WiMax, is actually a long range wireless networking standard. Through WiMax, users can receive high speed internet in even
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  • High Speed Satellite Internet

    A high speed form of internet connection, satellite internet uses telecomm satellites to broadcast internet services, much the same as they do for tv.
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  • Network Devices Tutorial Routers Hubs Switches

    This tutorial is made to provide you enough basic knowledge about the some very important networking devices such as Network Interface Card (NIC) adap
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  • DHCP - Introduction to Dynamic Host Configuration Proto

    This particular chapter is about the DHCP server. DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This tutorial is going to teach you all about D
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  • Concept of Computer Dial up Connection

    Dial up networking allows devices to connect to a LAN or WAN through telephone lines. It is often used for home users or networks, thus providers have
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  • What is an IP (Internet Protocol) Address - IPv4 - IPv6

    IP is the most widespread standard for communications in the world, most of our networking equipment and software is reliant on IP or else on other pr
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  • Different IP Address Classes - Class A, B, C, D & E

    There are 5 classes of the IPv4 address space; A,B,C,D and E, each of which contain a contiguous subset of the overall. Mostly the case is that the le
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