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1F_Dictionary_Vanessa_Palmer - Access Point - A base...

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Access Point - A base station in a wireless LAN. Access points are stand-alone devices that plug into an Ethernet switch or hub; however, access point functionality is also built into a router Byte - B inar Y T abl E ) The common unit of computer storage from desktop computer to mainframe. It is made up of eight binary digits (bits). A ninth bit may be used in the memory circuits as a parity bit for error checking. The term was originally coined to mean the smallest addressable group of bits in a computer, which has not always been eight. A byte holds the equivalent of a single character, such as the letter A, a dollar sign or decimal point. For numbers, a byte can hold a single decimal digit (0 to 9), two numeric digits (packed decimal) or a number from 0 to 255 (binary numbers). Domain Name - The term may refer to any type of domain within the computer field, since there are several types of domains. However, today, it often refers to the address of an Internet site. Extension
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