Intro to Networking
6.3.1- A SSID brings them all together to form one central area for data to be received and sent. This
allows all devices to communicate with one another and that the proper information gets to where it
belongs. It also clears
2.3.1- Local Area Network (LAN) A network typically owned by a company, so it exists typically within
the space occupied by that company and is therefore closer together than wide area networks.
Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) A data network desig
School of ET
D. The video grew exponentially 15 viewers per hour.
2. x^2 + 5x + 8
there are no factors of 8 with add up to 5
3. 12, 48
4.4.1. The device is working properly.
4.4.2 - Click on Update Driver
4.4.3 - Noise-One common source of electrical noise for networking links is called electromagnetic
interference (EMI). Any electrical current in a circuit creates mag
2.2.1-To buy each user their own printer it would cost $3600. If you buy a single higher capacity
$500 printer that can be used by the entire office you could save $3100. The drawback to having
only a single printer is a potential overload of prin
ERIK KENNERSON NT1210 WEEK 4 LAB 4.1
Directional atennnas have a focused directional conical shape and has uses in hallways and
long rectangular areas. Theey are known as patch atenna to fill in gaps in coverage and have a
typical angle of