Thursday, August 15, 2019

Home Network Basis: Transmission Environments and Wired/Wireless Protocols

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Broadband digital communication used to be limited only to backbone network infrastructure and to private transmission facilities of large corporations. Digital broadband access to average households had been promoted for videoon- demand applications and succeeded, most recently, only as a fast Internet extension. At this writing, there are at least 15 million homes with PCs connected to the Internet through broadband access networks in forms of either ADSL or cable modem. Networking PCs through a home router, with a home network at one side and the broadband access modem at the other side, is a good way to share the Internet access among multiple PCs and their users. Many network service providers, such as AT&T Media One, have endorsed such an approach rather than insisting that customers pay more for multiple IP addresses. There are many different brands of home routers available on the market with many varieties of home networking capabilities.

About Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Twisted Pair
Chapter 3. Coaxial Cable
Chapter 4. Electrical Wiring
Chapter 5. Radio Wave
Chapter 6. Ethernet
Chapter 7. HomePNA
Chapter 8. FireWire
Chapter 9. X-10, CEBus, HomePlug
Chapter 10. Wireless Ethernet
Chapter 11. HomeRF
Chapter 12. Home Networking Protocols
About the Author

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"Walter Y. Chen"

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