What network type replaced cables?

Published on April 13th, 2010 at 8:00 am

Last modified on August 13th, 2012 at 3:01 pm



Which network type is considered a “personal area network” and was designed to minimize the number of cables used in our computing environments?

A) 802.11

B) Ethernet

C) Bluetooth

D) FireWire

E) Mr. Wiggins’ Super-Cool Invisible Network Cable


The answer: C) Bluetooth

Bluetooth is primarily known as the network that drives wireless ear pieces, but its capabilities extend well beyond remote speakers and microphones. The Bluetooth networking standard drives everything from wireless headphones, mice, keyboards, and remote storage devices.

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Networks come in many different shapes and sizes. In this video, we’ll discuss the differences in Ethernet, WAN, and Token Ring topologies, and learn about the differences in client/server, peer to peer, and Windows Domain-based technologies. We’ll also take a tour through the myriad wired and wireless technologies, including ISDN, DSL, infrared, Bluetooth, and mobile wireless networks.

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