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Computer Networking Basics and Certification

NRZ, NRZI, Manchester Encoding, What Does it Mean?
NRZ (Non-Return-to-Zero), NRZI (Non-Return-to-Zero Inverted), and Manchester Encoding are terms for the shapes and voltage levels of digital electronic signals. This article also explains Manchester decoding. More ...

Turning Your Home into a Wi-Fi Network
Creating a customized home Wi-Fi network is a great weekend project that you can accomplish with some patience and the proper tools. Before you dive into the wireless world, make sure you know what lies ahead of you. More ...

Network Patch Panel Basics
Patch panels are used to organize the network cables. Each socket on the front of the patch panel is usually labeled with the identity of the device connected on its punch down connector on the back of the panel. More ...

Bluetooth in Brief
Bluetooth is a wireless technology designed for short range data communications. Two or more Bluetooth devices establish a connection and form a small wireless network known as a Piconet. More ...

What Routers Do
A router is a networking device that connects different networks. Routers direct the traffic on the Internet. Without routing every network space is isolated. More ...

Wireless Networking Your PC
Here in one place is everything you need to know about wireless networking your PC. More ...

Network Cabling For Beginners
Cabling is the foundation of your network, it is the medium that connects all your computers and servers together and is probably one of the most important and often overlooked items in business networks. More ...

Fiber Optic Cabling For Beginners
Traditionally, twisted pair copper cable has been the most common form of network cabling. As technology continues to advance however, fiber optic cable is quickly becoming the standard in network cabling. More ...

Network+ Certification Exam Tutorial - DHCP And RARP
Part of passing the Network+ exam is mastering the many different protocols and services you're introduced to in your studies, and that's especially hard when two protocols do much the same thing! That's the case with RARP and DHCP, so let's take a close look at these two protocols and why we use them in the first place. More ...

Network Classifications: LAN, WAN, WLAN, SAN, MAN, and PAN
Computer networks can be classified by how geographically dispersed the network's components are. Knowing the different network types and characteristics is a key topic for Comptia network certification. More ...

Web Server
A Web server is a server that it can be accessed over the Internet and runs specific services related to the Internet. The most common service running on a Web server is Web site hosting service. More ...

Computer Networking Basics
A basic network consists of two or more computers connected to each other by cable. Computers that are connected to the network can send messages or email back and forth, and can share data, applications, and peripherals. More ...

Network Servers
A server is a computer in a client/server network that provides services or roles on a network and provides a central location for administration of the network. More ...


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