Transmitting & Receiving

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Transmitting & Receiving by Mind Map: Transmitting & Receiving

1. Communication Concepts

1.1. Serial

1.2. Parallel

1.3. Uploading

1.4. Downloading

1.5. Synchronous

1.6. Asynchronous

1.7. Simplex

1.8. Half Duplex

1.9. Duplex

1.10. Measurements of Speed

1.10.1. Bits per seconds (bps)

1.10.2. Baud rate

1.10.3. Bandwidth

2. Hardware

2.1. Within computer

2.1.1. Data bus

2.1.2. Address bus

2.1.3. Control bus

2.2. External devices

2.2.1. Peripheral Component Interconnect bus (PCI)

2.2.2. USB ports

2.3. Modems

2.3.1. Modulation

2.3.2. Demodulation

2.3.3. Dial-up modems

2.3.4. ADSL modems

2.3.5. Cable modems

2.4. Local Area Networks (LANs)

2.4.1. Network Interface Cards (NICs)

2.4.2. Switches

2.4.3. Hubs

2.4.4. Routers

2.5. Wide Area Networks (WANs)

2.5.1. Fibre Optic Links

2.5.2. Microwave Groundand Satellite Links

3. Software

3.1. Seven-Layer Model for Open Systems Interconnection (OSI Model)

3.2. Basic Input Output System (BIOS)

3.3. Device Drivers

3.4. FTP Client Software

3.5. Electronic Mail Applications

3.6. Streaming Servers/Media Players

4. Non-Computer Tools

4.1. e.g mail, phone, radio

5. Social & Ethical Issues

5.1. Quality of Information Received from Internet

5.1.1. Accuracy

5.1.2. Authority

5.1.3. Objectivity

5.1.4. Currency

5.1.5. Coverage

5.2. Security of Data Being Transferred

5.2.1. Eavesdropping

5.2.2. Identity Theft

5.2.3. Message Modification

5.2.4. Backups

5.2.5. Proof of Delivery

5.3. Net-Etiquette

5.4. Global Issues

5.5. Changing Nature of Work for Participants

5.6. Impact of Internet on Business

5.7. Current and Future Trends in Digital Communication

5.7.1. Wireless Neworks

5.7.2. Integration of TV, Radio, Internet

5.7.3. Home Automation

5.7.4. Proactive Devices

5.7.5. Seamless Connectivity