We use many different methods to send data over wired and wireless networks. In this video, you’ll learn about analog and digital communication, data transfer speeds, connection quality, frequencies, and much more.
We use many different cables and connectors with our computers. In this video, you’ll learn about some of the most popular interface speeds and distances.
Fiber optics require very specialized installation and handling. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot attenuation, fiber modules, fiber mismatches, connector mismatches, bend radius, and fiber distance limitations.
Your computer has many different interfaces, and each interface type has a different set of speed and distance standards. In this video, you’ll learn about the speeds and distances of USB, FireWire, PATA, SATA, and wireless standards.
Our wide area network technologies use many different media types to operate, and these media types provide advantages and limitations. In this video, you’ll learn how coax, twisted pair cabling, and fiber can be used to network over different speeds and distances.
Different Ethernet standards and media types have differences between the distance a signal will travel and the speed of the signal over the media. In this video, you’ll learn about coax, copper, and fiber media types and the Ethernet distances and speeds supported across the media.
The lack of a physical infrastructure can make troubleshooting a wireless network a bit more complex than traditional wired networks. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot some of the most common wireless network issues, such as interference, encryption mismatches, frequency problems, bounce, and antenna placement.
Which cabling type is specifically designed to transmit communication signals over very long distances?