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Name: Jen Warren Date: June 10, 2015 ISSC340 Week 2 Assignment (3% of Grade) Lesson 2 Review: Wide Area Networks The purpose of this activity is to reinforce what you have learned so far about local area networks technologies. 1. What is a T1 circuit? (Word count: 15-25) A T1 circuit is divided into 24 channels of 64 kbps each. Data can be divided into voice, video and data channels. 2. A statistical multiplexer provides each user with … (Word count: 15-25) Stat mux bandwidth on demand on the circuit depending on what is available at the time. This is much more efficient. 3. What does a SONET add/drop multiplexer do? (Word count: 15-25) A SONET add/drop multiplexer creates the ability to insert or extract part of the transmission
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Unformatted text preview: payload without completely demultiplexing and remultiplexing the entire signal. 4. Describe an ATM cell … (Word count: 15-25) It is a packet-switching technology that transmits data in uniformly sized cells. 5. Which technologies provide affordable high-speed connections for home-based networks? (Word count: 15-25) There are now a few affordable high speed connections available for home-based networks. Some are cable, DSL/ADSL and optical fiber. 6. Match each term below with the correct definition. Answer: 1 – D 2 - A 3 - F 4 - B 5 - E 6 - C...
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