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HW01 - R4,R11,R23 R4:List six access technologies Classify...

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R4,R11,R23 R4:List six access technologies Classify each one as residential access, company access, or mobile access Solution: No. Access Technology 1 Dial-up (provides a maximum transmission rate of 56kbps) Residential access 2 Digital subscriber line (DSL) (Transmission rates of 1 to 2 Mbps downstream and 128kbps to 1 Mbps upstream) Residential access 3 Cable (Transmission rates of more than 1 Mbps. It’s a shared broadcast medium ) Residential access 4 Ethernet (Transmission rates of 100 Mbps access to users and 1 Gbps access to servers) Institutions/Companies access 5 Wireless LAN (WiFi) (Shared transmission rates upto 54 Mbps) Residential, Company access 6 Wide area wireless access Mobile access R11: What advantage does a circuit-switched network have over a packet-switched network? Circuit-switched network has a dedicated end to end connection between two hosts with certain guaranteed amount of bandwidth reserved for the duration of the communication sessions between the end systems.
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