Communication Standards


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Communication Standards by Mind Map: Communication Standards

1. Objectives Overview

1.1. Discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communication

1.2. Describe the uses of computer communication

1.3. Differentiate among a star network, bus network, and ring network

1.4. describe the various network communication standard

2. Communications over the telephone network

2.1. Dial-up lines

2.2. Dedicated line

2.3. ISDN line

2.4. DSL

2.5. FTTP

2.6. T-carrier

2.7. ATM

3. Communications Devices

3.1. DSL modem

3.2. Cable modem

3.3. Wireless modem

3.3.1. uses the cell phone network to connect the Internet

3.4. Network card

3.5. A router connects multiple computer or other routers

4. Wireless Transmission Media

4.1. Cellular radio

4.2. Microwaves

4.3. A communications satellite

5. Communication

5.1. Sending device

5.2. Communication channel

5.3. Receiving device

6. Uses of computer communications

6.1. Blogs

6.2. Chatroom

6.3. E-mail

6.4. Fax

6.5. Internet

6.6. Web

6.7. Video Conferrencing

6.8. Instant Messaging

7. Network Communications Standards

7.1. Ethernet

7.1.1. a network standard that specifies no computer controls when data can be transmitted

7.2. Token Ring

7.2.1. the standard specifies that computers and devices on the network share or pass a special signal

7.3. TCP/IP

7.3.1. A network standard that defines how messages are routed from one end of a network to another

7.4. Wi-Fi

7.5. Bluetooth

7.6. UWB

7.6.1. Specifies how two UWB devices use short-range radio signals to communicate

7.7. lrDA

7.7.1. Transmits data wirelessly via infrared light waves

7.8. RFID

7.8.1. Uses radio signals to communicate with a tag placed in or attached to an object, animal, orperson

7.9. WiMAX

7.10. WAP

8. Communications Channel

8.1. Banwidth

8.2. Latency

8.3. Transmission

8.4. Broadband

9. Communications Software

9.1. Help users establish a connection to another computer or network

9.2. Manage the transmission of data, instructions, and information

9.3. Provide an interface for users to communicate with one another