Nt1310

  • Nt1310 Unit3 Assignment

    Unit 3 Assignment NT 1310 A bus network topology is a network architecture in which a set of clients are connected via a shared communications line/cables. There are several common instances of the bus architecture, including one in the motherboard of most computers. Bus networks are the simplest way to connect multiple clients, but may have problems when two clients want to transmit at the same time on the same bus. Thus systems which use bus network architectures normally have some scheme

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  • Nt1310 Final Exam Review

    NT1310 Final Exam Review 1. What unit of measurement is a tenfold logarithmic ratio of power output to power input Answer: Decibels is a unit of measurement that describes logarithmic ratio 2. What type of tool would be best for add connectors to twisted-pair cable Answer: Crimpers 3. If the tip wire in your pair is white/blue, what color would you expect the ring to be Answer: Blue 4. How many pairs of wires are in a binder group Answer: 25 5. What is added to

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  • Nt1310

    1. Cell phones use voice and data networks. When you make a phone call that would be voice. When you receive a text message, or surf the internet that requires a data network. 2. Landline phones use voice networks. Different from cell phones because all you can do is make a phone call. There is no receiving of data. 3. Fax machines would use data networks. On one end a person sends information and on the other end the person receives the information (data). Data is sent back and forth

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  • Nt1310 Physical Networking Unit 2

    NT1310 Physical Networking Unit 2: Assignments and Homework Lab 1: Cloud Computing Research Amazon: Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers. Amazon EC2’s simple web service interface allows you to obtain and configure capacity with minimal friction. It provides you with complete control of your computing resources and lets you run on Amazon’s

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  • Exercise One Nt1310 Week 1

    NT1310:Week 1 Telecommunications By: Kenneth Martin You are an IT Network Specialist and are required to develop the design of the company’s telephone system for its new building which will begin construction in a few months. In order to get a background which will help when developing the new system, your supervisor asked you to research the current Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) currently used by the company. You must research the system components and report back to your supervisor

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  • Nt1310 Unit 2 Ass 1

    RBOCS-The Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOC) are the result of United States v. AT&T, the U.S. Department of Justice antitrust suit against the former American Telephone & Telegraph Company (later known as AT&T Corp.). On January 8, 1982, AT&T Corp. settled the suit and agreed to divest its local exchange service operating companies. Effective January 1, 1984, AT&T Corp.'s local operations were split into seven independent Regional Bell Operating Companies known as

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  • Nt1310

    Unit 1 Exercise When using an application that sends data, such as your Web browser, email client, instant messenger or a game, you are at the highest level of data transfer known as the "application layer." This layer is the application's human interface, where commands for sending and receiving data can be initiated by the user who clicks a link or makes a move in a computer game. This layer handles many services including file transfer protocols, email protocols, domain naming

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  • Nt1310

    Unit 1 Assignment 1 . Voice vs Data Cell Phones – any portable telephone that uses cellular network technology to make and receive calls. The name comes from the cell-like structure of these networks(1) Voice / Data - Newest phones allow voice and data Landline Phones - A landline or land line refers to the telephone cables that pass over the land (as compared to undersea cable and to wireless transmission) to ensure communication. A landline phone is commonly the type of phone you user

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  • Nt1310

    1. Application: Application is the term used within the Information Technology industry to reference software. The software can be for the end user which is known as the application software or it can be a Systems application software. 2. Unshielded twisted-pair: UTP, is also known as Category 5, and or Category 6. Consisting of 2 twisted pair of copper wire. UTP is the main type of cable used in LAN topography. 3. Shielded Twisted-Pair: Is similar to UTP, the main difference is

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  • Nt1310 Project Part 2

    This is an Executive Summary Plan for our new building for which construction begins in exactly six weeks. My name is David Pierce and I will be the Project manager for the design and installation of our new cable network for that building. I am excited to be a part of the project and look forward to working with each and every one of you during this exciting time of growth for our company. When considering the capacity if this project I ask you to consider all ideas or changes you see as

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  • Unit 3 Exercise 1 Nt1310

    | Unit 3. Exercise 1. | | Specifications - Definitions | | Unit 3. Exercise 1. | | Specifications - Definitions | NT1310: physical networking April 15, 2014 Authored by: Nicholas Rapisardi NT1310: physical networking April 15, 2014 Authored by: Nicholas Rapisardi 1. Application (in terms of cabling infrastructure): The application layer is the OSI layer closest to the end user, which means both the OSI application layer and the user interact directly with

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  • Nt1310 Week1

    A local loop is the wired connection from the telephone company’s central office in a local area to its customer’s telephones. It was originally constructed for voice transmission only using analog transmission on a single voice channel. Today, your computer's modem makes the conversion between analog signals and digital signals. With Integrated Services Digital Network or Digital Subscriber Line, the local loop can carry digital signals directly and at a much higher bandwidth than they do for

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  • Cloud Computing Nt1310

    Cloud Computing There are three different types of cloud solutions we will examine; Amazon, Google, and Rackspace. Each offers its own unique and similar features. All three provide you with First we will look at Amazon. Amazon offers cloud services that are designed to make computing easier for developers. One of the biggest concepts that Amazon uses is the fact that they want you to only have to pay for the capacity you actually use. It does this by allowing you to easily adjust capacity

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  • Nt1310 Unit 8 Assignment

    Splicing and Connection Performance In this paper you will find 3 factors that could affect splicing performance, 3 intrinsic factors, and 3 extrinsic factors. 3 Factors that could affect splicing performance could be attenuation, modal dispersion, and chromatic dispersion. Attenuation can cause splice performance issues because of dirty fiber end faces, excessive gaps between fibers or improperly installed connector offsets of fiber cores when mated. Modal Dispersion also known as angle

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  • Nt1310 Request for Proposal

    Request for Proposal 1. Summary and Background: Springfield Municipal Library is currently accepting proposals to develop design and launch a new computer networking system. The current system is seriously antiquated. Currently, the library is using a 100BaseT system, which has been in use since 1998. In an effort to achieve better results for our patrons, we would like to upgrade our system to reflect a new direction for our library; capable of providing more information and better results

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  • Nt1310 Unit 1 Telecommunications

    TELECOMMUNICATIONS The local loop is truly a loop; it is a loop of copper wire that allows current to flow from the tele-phone to the central office and back. It is the dual-wire physical interface that connects a telephone to the central office. The central office, also referred to as the local exchange, serves a group of subscribers (customers) in a local area. Local exchange carriers (LEC) are local telephone companies that provide service along with other LECs within a designated geographical

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  • Nt1310

    WHEN INSTALLING CABLES FOR A WORK PLACE OR A HOME, ONE OF THE MOST INPORTANT THINGS TO CONSIDER IS SAFTY. IF YOU INSTALL THE CHEAPEST CABLES YOU CAN FINE, THAT WOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED TO BE UP TO STANDARD WHEN IT COMES TO SAFTY CODES. YOU ARE GOING TO FIND THAT THESE TYPE OF CABLES WILL SERVE ITS PURPOSE, BUT IF THERE IS A FIRE, CABLES LIKE THIS WILL BURN LIKE CRAZY. AT THE VERY LEAST, YOU SHOULD GET RISER FIRE RATED CABLES. RISER CABLES MEET THE SAFTY STANDARD REQUIREMENTS. PLENUM CABLES

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  • Nt1310 Unit 9 Exercise 1

    Montie Ramsarran August 11th, 2014 NT1310 Mr. Amos Unit 9 Exercise 1 Light Source and Components-Definitions 1. Forward Biased LED: A bias voltage that is applied to a pn-junction in the direction that causes a large current flow; used in some semiconductor diode circuits. 2. Incoherent Light: Light in which the electric and magnetic fields of photons are completely random in orientation. Incoherent light is typically emitted from light

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  • Nt1310 Physical Networking

    NT1310, Physical Networking Activity 1 – Data on Fixed Line vs. Cellular Device Nick Conforti Mr. Hafet 09/15/2014 There are two main types of broadband connection, a fixed line or its mobile alternative. Both have their strengths and potential weaknesses so you need to consider what suits your needs before you sign up on a lengthy contract. Fixed line broadband is what most people have at home. It's a fast internet connection delivered by telephone wire (ADSL) or fiber optic cable. As

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  • Nt1310 Unit 1 Assignment 1

    ITT Technical Institute Springfield, MO Unit1 Activity1 Tom McKellips NT1310 Bryan Thurlkill September 26, 2013 Voice vs. Data * Cell Phones – Since a cell phone is considered a two way radio, which transmits the digital signal via radio waves-invisible light waves-that move through the air. Cell phones can be seen as both voice and data, depending on what type of cell you have. * Landline Phones – A simple phone that has to be plug into a jack, which is mostly used in

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  • Nt1310

    NT1310 Unit 1 Assignment 1. Voice vs Data Cell phones uses voice data networks because talk through one end is sent to the other end of the call. Landline phones uses the same as cell phones SMS/Text messaging uses data networks because it takes and saves an image of text and sends it over to the other end. Fax Machine uses data networks because a file is saved and sent over to the fax machine to be printed out. Pagers uses data networks because it is recorded and saved while being transfer

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  • Nt1310 Module 1 Exercise

    The company is currently using a POTS system, where their local loop is communicating through their central office (CO) to the local exchange carrier (LEC). The local loop runs in a literal loop around the central office, hitting every customer along its loop. All points on the local loop where it touches a customer creates a Point-of-Presence (POP) for the customer’s equipment. From the LEC the signal hits another POP between the local carrier and the Interexchange Carrier (IXC), in order to

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  • Nt1310 Week 3 Lab

    parks NT1310 Week 3 Lab: Building a New Structure-Codes NFPA 10 NFPA 10 provides requirements to ensure that portable fire extinguishers will work as intended to provide a first line of defense against fires of limited size. Criteria cover installations for Class A, B, C, D, and K hazards as well as the selection, inspection, maintenance, recharging, and testing of portable fire extinguishing equipment. Includes a list of obsolete fire extinguishers that should be removed from service

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  • Nt1310 Unit 7 Exercise

    Crosstalk- unwanted transfer of signals between communication channels. Waveguides- a metal tube or other device confining and conveying microwaves. FTTH- Fiber to the home (FTTH) is the delivery of a communications signal over optical fiber from the operator's switching equipment all the way to a home or business, thereby replacing existing copper infrastructure such as telephone wires and coaxial cable. Simplex- Simplex refers to one-way communications where one party is the transmitter

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  • Nt1310 Exams

    NT1310 Physical Networking ITT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE NT1310 Physical Networking ASSESSMENTS -1- 09/27/2012   NT1310 Physical Networking Mid-Term Exam Scope This exam tests the objectives in Units 1-4. 1. Which of the following is not a common cable used today? a. Twisted-Pair b. Fiber-Optic c. Plenum d. Coaxial 2. What unit of measurement is a tenfold logarithmic ratio of power output to power input? a. Volts b. Hertz c. Watts d. Decibel 3. Which of the following does

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  • Nt1310

    MIDTERM 1. Cables a. UTP, STP, FO 2. What logarithmic ratio of power b. Decibels 3. Thing that contribute to attenuation c. compacidence, resistance, impedance 4. Crosstalk – d. Far End, Low End and mutual cross talk, pair to pair 5. NFPA e. To protect the people, property and Environment from fire damage 6. Other terms for communication room f. Network Closet, telecommunications room/closet 7. What is backbone cabling

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  • Nt1310/Cabling Definitions

    Annette Cattron Mr. Quwaider/NT1310 February 12, 2015 Cabling Definitions 1. Horizontal Cable= The portion of telecommunications cabling that provides connectivity between the horizontal cross-connect and the work-area telecommunications outlet. The horizontal cabling consists of Transmission media, the outlet, the terminations of the horizontal cables, and horizontal cross-connect. 2. Backbone Cable = is the inter-building and intra-building cable connections in structured cabling

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  • Nt1310

    Redbird cable services are expanding our territory and soon will be coming to your area! We are a well-established company that has been in business for over 20 years. We provide all of your telecommunication needs. We offer internet, phone and television services all at a great price. We also have cellular phone service available for those of you who would rather have that convenience instead of a landline. We are also the only cable provider in the area that is using all fiber optic cable

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  • Nt1310: Physical Networking

    Unit 2 Assignment 1: Service Provider Types RBOCS:  Regional Bell operating company (RBOC) is a term describing one of the U.S. regional telephone companies that were created as a result of the breakup of American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T, known also as the Bell System or "Ma Bell") by a U.S. Federal Court consent decreNe on December 31, 1983. The seven original regional Bell operating companies were Ameritech, Bell Atlantic, BellSouth, NYNEX, Pacific Bell, Southwestern Bell

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  • Nt1310

    1. Describe a local land line phone system based on the following Landline Telephone Components; A. Local Loop: The local loop is truly a loop; it is a loop of copper wire that allows current to flow from the telephone to the central office and back. It is the dual-wire physical interface that connects a telephone to the central office. B. Central Office: The central office, also referred to as the local exchange, serves a group of subscribers (customers) in a local area. Think

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  • Nt1310 Unit 7 Defintions

    Unit 7.Exercise 1. Fiber Optics--Definitions Cross Talk- Fiber-optic cabling is immune to crosstalk because optical fiber does not conduct electricity and uses light signals in a glass fiber, rather than electrical signals along a metallic conductor, to transmit data. So it cannot produce a magnetic field and thus is immune to EMI. Waveguides- A structure that guides electro-magnetic waves along their length. The core fiber in an optical fiber cable is an optical waveguide FTTH- Fiber to

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  • Nt1310 Exam Review

    NT1310 Physical Networking Final Exam Study Guide 1. What are some tools needed to install twisted pair cable connectors? | Wire strippers, cable Testers, Crimpers | 2. What is a fiber optical Microscope used for? | Finding Dirty, cracked or scratched connectors | 3. What is not the cause of crosstalk issues? | Short | 4. What information is not needed in a request for proposal? | Where the material was purchased | 5. What is important during vendor selection phase after

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  • Nt1310 Unit 1 Assignment 1 Voice vs Data

    Samuel Johnson NT1310 Unit 1. Assignment 1 September 17, 2015 Voice vs. Data Cell phones- wireless phones served by a cellular telephone system broken into small geographical areas. It’s a two-way that carries full duplex conversations. Cell phones have evolve from 1G, which carries information similar to the way fixed line phones transmit voice from subscriber to central office to 4G network for fast access of the internet. It uses both voice and data networks. (woodward, 2012) Landline

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  • Nt1310 Unit 2 Exercise 1

    Jake Gezik NT1310 Unit 2 Exercise 1 Triple Play Marketing As of the first of the year, GeezCast will be announcing its newest bundle offer to its customers. This bundle will be a triple-play bundle consisting of phone, digital video and high speed internet and will be available to all new and current customers of GeezCast. This bundle is a must have for all households because it has everything that you could need in today’s busy society. Our newest triple-play bundle starts as low as $79

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  • Nt1310 Local Exchange

    The purpose of a Network is to share data. To make this possible, you have to be able to connect to other computers. To make this enticing to people to want to take advantage of this technology, it has to be simple not so complex. This sounds a little difficult to understand as far as a qualified answer, but to sum things up that is it. The question to ask and that many people don’t consider is how data is transferred from one computer to another computer?  Transferring data that is being sent

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  • Itt Nt1310 Unit 7

    NT1310 Unit 7 Assignment 1: Crosstalk a disturbance caused by the electric or magnetic fields of one telecommunication signal affecting a signal in an adjacent circuit Waveguides an electromagnetic feed line used in microwave communications, broadcasting, and radar installations FTTH is the installation and use of optical fiber from a central point directly to individual buildings such as residences, apartment buildings and businesses Simplex a communications mode in which only one

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  • Nt1310 Unit 2 Activity 2

    Michael McNair NT1310 Pleace Unit 2 Activity 2 Press Release 9/30/15 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Awesomegafuntime Announces Lowest Deals Ever. Nashville, TN Awesomegafuntime is coming to Nashville with the cheapest triple play to date. This out of know where startup company founded by what the completion is calling the strong arm thugs of the communications world. Some believe that this reputation is inspired more by the business practices of the company than the ties to the mafia that it

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  • Nt1310 Unit 1 Graded

    Activity 1 Cell phones – originally these used voice networks. More recently they use voice and data networks. Landline phones – use both voice and data networks. SMS / Text Messaging – uses both voice and data networks Fax Machines – use data networks Pagers – the type of network depends on the type of pager, Fire Dept. pagers use a voice network where other types of pagers would use data networks. VOIP phones – use data networks Skype / Facetime - use data networks Activity 2 How

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  • Nt1310

    Before you can begin to design a fiber optic cable design, one needs to establish with the user or network owner where the network will be built and what communications signals it will carry. (LANs or Local area network)And security systems use structure cabling systems built around well-defined industry Standards. Many campus carry backbone network used in industrial complexes or Institutions uses as long as 500 m or more cabling requiring optical fiber. Telephone networks are mainly

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  • Nt1310: Week 1 Telecommunications

    NT1310: Week 1 Data on Fixed Line vs. Cellular Debate Data transfer on fixed line telephone networks has been around for years, while transfer over cellular networks is relatively new. There are challenges, however, to having wireless communication be the ONLY medium for communication. In this Lab, you will explain the pros and cons to having a purely cellular network vs. having a purely fixed line network. Conduct research on both using the ITT Tech Virtual Library and the Internet. You

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  • Nt1310: Week 1 Telecommunications

    1. Describe a local land line phone system based on the following Landline Telephone Components: a. Local Loop - It is the physical link or circuit that connects from the demarcation point of the customer premises to the edge of the common carrier or telecommunications service provider's network. b. Central Office - A "central office" is an office in a locality to which subscriber home and business lines are connected on what is called a local loop. c. Local Exchanges - wireline

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  • Nt1310

    Pros and cons of cellular networks Pros: Increased efficiency and improved data communications lead to faster transfer of information within businesses and between partners and customers. They have better coverage because wireless technology enables the user to communicate while on the go. You don't need extra cables or adaptors to access office networks. Flexibility- Office-based wireless workers can be networked without sitting at dedicated computers, and can continue to do productive work

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  • Nt1310 Assignment 11

    Assignment 11 The primary benefit of conduit systems is the ability to ground and bond. Grounding and bonding play a significant role in minimizing electromagnetic interference (EMI). Steel conduit reduces electromagnetic fields by up to 95%, effectively shielding computers and sensitive electronic equipment from the electromagnetic interference (EMI) caused by power distribution systems. Cable tray advantages include wiring system design flexibility, simplicity, and lower installation cost

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  • Nt1310 Copper vs Fiber

    Copper is the most used cabling solution in the market at the moment due to its ease of use and its price. Even the equipment is substantially cheaper to buy than other means of transmission. Copper cabling utilizes a single or multiple strands of copper to transmit data from one end to the other. Copper is broken up amongst several different categories each with their own set of improvements and flaws ranging from difficulty of installation to cost. The lower the category the more prone to

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  • Nt1310 Final Study Guide

    NT1310 - Final Study Guide 393 Know what tools are required to terminate a twisted pair cable? Cable, connectors, stripping tool, crimping tool. 417 What role does a fiber microscope play in the termination and installation of a fiber cable? Allows you to look at the end of the optics for any flaws that may cause problems 452 What are the different causes for crosstalk ? Inferior, inferior components, improper patch cable, split pairs, couplers, twisting, sharing cables 455 What are

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  • Nt1310

    Adonis Chavis NT1330 Unit 6 Assignment 1 H.Borja Ad User Group Design To: Junior Admin Hello, I’ve received your email that asks to provide access to resources throughout your AD environment and a recommendation on some strategies that are best for that situation. First off, accessing one printer is easy, since you have a domain for each department, like Marketing for example. Once each group is created you will assign it to a domain local group, then global group, and lastly to

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  • Nt1310.U1.Ex

    Telecommunications Tyson Gant ITT Technical Institute 1: Describe a local land line phone system based on the following Landline Telephone Components: a) Local loop is the physical link or circuit that connects from the demarcation point of the customer premises to the edge of the common carrier or telecommunications service provider's network. b) Central office is an office in a locality to which subscriber home and business lines are connected on what is called a local loop

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  • Nt1310 Week 9

    Thomas Boehm NT1310 Physical Networking Gary L Week 9 Activity Light Sources and Components – Definitions 1. Forward Biased LED- When the LED is forward biased (a positive voltage is applied to the p region and a negative voltage to the n region), current flows through the LED. 2. Incoherent Light- Photons emitted from the junction where the p and n regions meet are not in phase, nor are they launched in the same direction. These are out of phase photons 3. Laser- Acronym for

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  • Nt1310 Unit 6 Exercise 1

    NT1310 Physical Networking Unit 6 Exercise 1 Thomas Westbrook Due Date: Unit 6 Exercise 1: Connector Installation Twisted -Pair Cable * Measure the cable you want to put ends on, using a cable cutter trim off the excess * Use a cable stripper to strip about 1 ½ inches of the jacket from the end, then rotate the stripper around the cable twice to cut through the jacket * Remove the stripper and pull the trimmed jacket from the cable, so that you can see the inner conductors

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  • Lab 5 Nt1310

    Lab 5 The biggest difference between these two types of networks is one uses network cables and one uses radio frequencies. A wired network allows for a faster and more secure connection and can only be used for distances shorter than 2,000 feet. Several other disadvantage of a wired network such as the “need to run cables in difficult environments through walls, floors and ceilings. Cables need to be run from computer to computer and switch to switch. Process can be time consuming. Loose

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