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What does data transmission mean/is?

Data transmission is the movement of data from one place to another

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What's serial transmission?

Serial transmission is single bits that are sent one after another along a single wire

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What's parallel data transmission

Parallel data transmission is when bits are sent down several wires simultaneously

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Data transmission occurs between a...

A transmitter and receiver

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What is serial data transmission used for?

Serial data transmission is used for long-distance communication

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Why is serial data transmission used for long distance communication?

Because it is easier to regenerate a single signal.

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Parallel data transmission is used for what purpose?

Short distance.

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Why is parallel wires used for short distance

Because if the resistance in the wires differs, signal can arrive at different times leading them to be read incorrectly.
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And it would be expensive

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What's baud rate

Baud rate is the rate at which signals on a wire or line may change.

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What's bit rate?

Bit rate is the number of bits transmitted per second.

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What's bandwidth?

Bandwidth is the range of signal frequencies that a transmission medium may transmit

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Define latency?

Latency is the time delay between the moment something is initiated and the moment it's first effect begins

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What's the difference between baud rate and bit rate

Baud rate and bit rate are the same when transmission only use 2 voltage level.

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What is bandwidth measured in?

Bandwidth is measure in hertz

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What's the relationship between bit rate and bandwidth

The greater the bandwidth, the higher the bit rate that can be transmitted

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Define asynchronous serial data transmission

The arrival of data cannot be predicted by the receiver; so a start but is used to signal the arrival of data and to synchronise the transmitter and receiver temporily

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What is a communication protocol

A communication protocol is a set of pre-agreed signals, codes and rules to be used for data and information exchange between computers, or a computer and a peripheral such as a printer to ensure the communication is successful

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What's handshaking protocol?

It is the sending and receiving devices exchange signals to establish that the receiving device is connected and ready to receive. Then the sending device coordinates the sending of the data, informing the receiver that it is sending. Finally, the receiver indicates it has received the data and is ready to receive again.

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What's a baseband system?

A system that uses a single data channel in which the whole bandwidth of the transmission medium is dedicated to one channel at a time

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What's a broadband system?

A multiple data system in which the bandwidth of the transmission medium carries several data streams at the same time

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LAN operate in baseband or broadband

Baseband

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Describe baseband mode

The whole bandwidth of the transmission medium is dedicated temporally to one sending station and one receiving station.

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What are the advantages of baseband systems

They offer high performance at low cost

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Baseband are used over short or long distance?

Short distance

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WAN uses broadband or baseband

Baseband