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Running head: UNIT 3 PROJECT 1 Unit 2 Project: Silfinate Corporation Proposal and 5 review questions CM273-03 Joshua Nolan Kaplan University Professor Edwards-Walcott April, 12 2011
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Running head: UNIT 3 PROJECT 2 Project requirements: 1. Complete the review questions: a. True or False: Fiber-optic cable is the most expensive transmission medium. (Dean 2010) b. True or False: Coaxial cable has a high resistance to noise. (Dean 2010) c. A(n) amplifier is used to reduce the effects of attenuation for a digital transmission signal. (Dean 2010) d. A(n) nonbroadcast point-to-multipoint transmission issues signals to multiple, defined recipients. (Dean 2010) e. True or False: Broadband technology encodes information as digital pulses. (Dean 2010)
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Running head: UNIT 3 PROJECT 3 Silfinate Corporation Proposal I am proposing that all three offices have a similar star topology setup that includes a high speed DSL-based wide area network (WAN), firewall, routers, file server and print servers and switches at every location. The print server will have four printers and two fax machines in each location.
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  • Spring '11
  • EdwardsWalcott
  • Computer network, Virtual private network, Wide area network, star topology, Abhijit Naik, DSL-based wide area

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