Card Set Information
What does CSMA/CD stand for?
Carrier Sense, Multiple Access Collision Detection
What is a collision?
A “collision” occurs when two or more devices attempt to send a signal along a multiple access channel at the same time.
What network media can support 100baseTX?
TIA/EIA Category 5, 5e, 6, or 7 cables.
What does HSSDC stand for?
High Speed Serial Data Connector
what is CSMA often referred to as
"listen before transmit"
100base Tx, 100Mbps, Fast Enternet, 100 meter
100base Fx, 100Mbps, Fast Enternet, 400 meter
1000baseSx, 1000 Mbps, gigabit ethernet, 550 meters
1000baseCx, 1000Mbps, gigabit ethernet, 25 meters
1000baseLx, 1000Mbps, gigabit ethernet, 5000meter
1000baseTx, 1000Mbps, gigabit ethernet, 100 meters
10Gbase-SR (short range), 10Gbps, 10GbE
10Gbase-LR (long range), 10Gbps, 10GbE
10Gbase-ER (extended range), 10 Gbps, 10GbE
10Gps of sheilded twisted pair, Cat 6A 7 100meters
twisted pair wiring
fiber optic cable
references short haul multi-mode fiber optic cable.
references longer haul single mode fiber optic cable.
references shielded copper cables.
What is an Ad Hoc network?
Computers use compatible wireless Network Interface Cards (NICs).
No central hub or switch is used to coordinate communication.
What are the three primary purposes of an Access Point?
An access point mediates between wireless and wired devices.
The AP coordinates communication to and from the wired LAN.
When used in an Ad Hoc network, the AP can effectively double the distance of the wireless network.
What is the IEEE standard for 11Mbps wireless LANs?
What is the IEEE standard for 54Mbps wireless LANs using the 2.4Ghz frequency?
What IEEE standard uses MIMO technology?
What does MIMO stand for?
What is IEEE 802.15 commonly referred to as?
What does WiMAX stand for?
worldwide interoperability for mircowave access
. What does MBWA stand for?
mobile broadband wireless access solution
What does WRAN stand for?
wireless regional area network
1 or 2 Mbps 2.4 GHz
High rate wi-fi
54 Mbps 2.4GHz
100Mbps 2.4GHz 5 GHz