any two or more computers connected to each other over a long distance, typically between buildings
WAN (wide area network)
one protocol which allows computers to communicate with each other over a network
TCP/IP (transmittion control protocol/internet protocol)
rules that computers must follow to communicate with each other over a network
the workstation that is used to share its printer with other workstations on the network
an adapter card which allows a computer to be networked
NIC (network interfacing card)
converts binary computer info from a digital signal into an analog signal for transmittion over a telephone line, and then translates received transmissions back into binary info. (today, mostly cable. _)
modem (modulator/demodulator); broadband
any two or more computers connected to each other in a local area, within one room or building
LAN (local area network)
an unique identification number assigned to a computer on the internet
connects the workstations to each other and to the file server
a protocol or common format for Web page info transfer over the internet
HTTP (hypertext transfer protocol)
the networked computer which shares drive space, files, programs, and other resources with the workstations
a popular Local Area Network (the standard)
What does IP mean?
converts the typed web address into the target computer's IP address
coated wires that connect computers to each other
Two numbers a bit= is _ or _. 1 byte= _ bits
0 or 1, 8
_ means bits per second, the speed. A _ speed is measured by how many bits it can transfer per second.
wrists: keep them _ and _, but not _ the edge of the keyboard
straight, low, touching
_: keep them _ to the slant of the keyboard
_: keep them curved and _ over the keys
Eyes: _straight and don't look at the _. If you don't know where a key is, look at the _ to find it, then look away and type the key
monitor, keyboard, keyboard
Feet: both feet on the _
Body: sit up _. (chair pulled _ enough and _ close)
straight, forward, keyboard
What are the home keys?
A _ _ is pressing the enter key at the end of a line to return the cursor and move it down to the next line
What is the official name of the keyboard?
What does five characters count as when computing GWAM?