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Book – Basics in Data Communications

 

Basics in Data Communications - Part 1/3

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Book – Basics in Data Communications

The courseware “Basics in Data Communications” covers the topics of our 3-day seminar „Basics in Data Communications Technologies“.

WHY you should read the book:

This seminar is intended for all interested in basics in data communications technologies used in Local Area Networks (LAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN).

Part 1/3 covers basic terms of the large field of information and communication technologies and the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model specified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

Part 2/3 covers Local Area Networks (LANs). Typical features, topologies, cabling options, media access procedures, Ethernet, WLAN and higher layer protocols are covered.

Part 3/3 covers Wide Area Network (WAN) switching technologies, important network elements, WAN services and data communication in public mobile radio networks.

The courseware in book format contains the MS Powerpoint slides in notes view and additional explanations.

Use the courseware for your self-paced learning or as handout for your presentations.

 


TOPICS of Part 1/3:
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Magnetism
Magnetic Field – Inductance – Electro-magnetic Induction

Electrostatics
Electrostatic Field – Capacity

Current Engineering
Direct Current – Alternate Current – Frequency – Frequency Components

Information Technology
Numbering System – Coding – Information, Message – Transmission – Multiplexing – Modulation

Communications Technology
Why Networks? – Interfaces – Protocols – Connections – Connection Endpoints – Bit Transmission – Timing – Communication Procedures – Networks – Standardization Bodies

OSI Model
History – Today – Terms – Architecture – Physical Media – Typical Tasks and Protocol Examples of Physical Layer, Data Link Layer, Network Layer, Transport Layer, Session Layer, Presentation Layer, Application Layer


Publication Date:
February 20, 2014

ISBN/EAN13:
978-1496019974 / 1496019970

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TOPICS of Part 2/3:
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Introduction
Why Local Area Networks? – Characteristics – Typical Fields of Application

Features
Internal Networking, Inter-Site Networking, Internet Access, Integration of external Users, Voice Integration, Video Surveillance, Mobilization, Virtualization, Cloud Services

Network Topologies
Star / Tree – Bus / Tree – Ring – Typical Characteristics compared

Physical Media
Twisted Pair – Coaxial Cable – Fiber-Optic Cable – Structured Cabling System

Protocols and Standards
Why Protocols? – Media Access Control – Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD), Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA) in Wireless Local Area Networks – TCP/IP and Vendor-specific Protocols

Network Elements
Passive Network Elements – Network Interface Cards – Repeaters / Media Converters – Bridges – Switches – Routers – Gateways – WLAN Access Points – Servers – Network Management Systems


Publication Date:
February 20, 2014

ISBN/EAN13:
978-1496020772 / 1496020774

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TOPICS of Part 3/3:
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General
Why Switching? – WAN Characteristics

Switching Technologies
Circuit Switching – Packet Switching – Frame Switching – Cell Switching

Network Elements
Media and Links – Core Network Elements – Modems – Multiplexer – Integrated Access Device (IAD) – Router – Voice over IP – Security

WAN Services and Access Technologies
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) – Mobile Radio – Satellite Communication – Leased Lines – xDSL Modem – WLAN – Powerline  – Cable TV – WiMAX – Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) – MultiProtocol Label Switching (MPLS) – Fiber-optic Links – Virtual Private Networking (VPN) – LAN-/Ethernet VPN – Managed Private Networks and Security Services – Web Conferencing – Internet

Mobile Data Communication
History – Cellular Networks – Mobile Telephony – Requirements – Comparison LTE – WLAN – Range – Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) – Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) / International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) – Long Term Evolution (LTE)


Publication Date:
February 20, 2014

ISBN/EAN13:
978-1496021922 / 1496021924

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