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Tutorial


Overview

The tutorial presented in this section is in streamed audio format. Real Player is required to play the streamed voice modules. The review is intended to highlight the areas of focus in the mid-term and final examinations. 

 

Disclaimer 

The review does not, however, guarantee that the examination questions will be derived entirely from the material being reviewed. It is neither stated nor implied that there would be a one to one correspondence between the review and the questions given in the examination. 

 


 

Midterm 1 Examination Review 

 

Week

Topic

Timing

Min : Sec

Communication Trends    4:15
2 Analog and Digital Technologies

 

3

Electronic and Optical Transmission  

Formatting Information for Transmission  

Packet and Circuit Switching  

Asynchronous and Synchronous Transmission 

Serial and Parallel Transmission  

Modulation  

Frequency Spectrum and Bandwidth 

Multiplexing  

Error Causes Detection and Correction

 

4:31
     

Midterm 2  Examination Review 

 

Week

Topic

Timing   Min : Sec
4

ISO-OSI Seven Layer Model  

Common Communication Protocols

Overview of TCP/IP

IP Addressing Explored  

 
5 TCP/IP in the Windows Environment   
6

Communication Media  

Micro as a Communication Device 

Modems  

Mainframe and Mini Computer Equipment

Audio Video Streaming  

Streaming Process

Digital Lines 

ISDN Services

Internet Infrastructure 

 

 

 

 

Final Examination Review

 

Module Topic 

Timing:

Min : Sec

7

LAN Definition

Functional Architectures

Physical Architectures  

Topology  

Networking Hardware  

Reliability and Security 

 

 
8

Peer-to-Peer Installation and Configuration  

Exploring the Network Properties 

Soft Resource Sharing Fundamentals  

Soft Resource Sharing  

Hard Resource Sharing Fundamentals  

Hard Resource Sharing

 

 
9 Network Security  
10 Wireless LANs   
11 Final Examination  

 

 


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