L8EthernetWLANBtooth6 - Part 2 Packet Transmission Part 2...

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1 Part 2 – Packet Transmission Ethernet, WLAN and Bluetooth Gail Hopkins Part 2 – Packet Transmission Introduction ± Historical progression of Ethernet wiring schemes ± Logical versus physical network topology ± WLAN ± Bluetooth Original Thick Ethernet Wiring ± Coaxial cable ± Network hardware involved two components Ð NIC - digital aspects of transmission Ð transceiver - analogue aspects of transmission Part 2 – Packet Transmission Part 2 – Packet Transmission Connection Multiplexing ± Allowed multiple computers to share a transceiver and made wiring simpler Part 2 – Packet Transmission AUI Connection Multiplexor ± Attached multiple computers to an Ethernet through a single transceiver Part 2 – Packet Transmission Thin Ethernet Wiring ± Thinner wire, no transceiver and simple BNC connector
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2 Part 2 – Packet Transmission Thin Ethernet A thin Ethernet cable with a BNC connector terminator T connector Part 2 – Packet Transmission Twisted Pair Ethernet - current
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This note was uploaded on 08/14/2011 for the course ELECTRONIC G52CCN taught by Professor Professorgail during the Spring '09 term at Uni. Nottingham.

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L8EthernetWLANBtooth6 - Part 2 Packet Transmission Part 2...

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