Access Points

A station that connects users to other users within the Wireless network and also can serve as the point of interconnection between the WLAN and a fixed wire network. Each access point can serve multiple users within a defined network area; as people move beyond the range of one access point, they are automatically handed over to the next one Did you like this article? Share it:Tweet

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Wireless Adapter

Wireless Adapter cards are necessary for mobile workers to take advantage of hot spots and Wi-Fi Internet access in hotels, airports and train stations. Working on the road is much easier when you can connect to the Internet or company network using a wireless laptop adapter, it also describes the adabpters used by normal PCs to provide the wirless connectivity to the Wireless networks. Did you like this article? Share it:Tweet

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Modem

Refers to Modulator-Demodulator is an electronic device that converts a computer’s digital signals into specific frequencies to travel over telephone or cable television lines. At the destination, the receiving modem demodulates the frequencies back into digital data. Computers use modems to communicate with one another over a network, and also these days its working to provide the ADSL lines for a very high speed internet connection using the normal telephone lines. Did you like this article? Share it:Tweet

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Memory Effect

Also known as lazy battery effect or battery memory, is an effect observed in (NiCd) rechargeable batteries that causes them to hold less charge. It describes the very specific situation in which certain (NiCd) batteries gradually lose their maximum energy capacity if they are repeatedly recharged after being only partially discharged. The battery appears to remember the smaller capacity. Did you like this article? Share it:Tweet

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SATA Cable

Serial Advanced Technology Attachment, it is a new generation of normal ATA-1 interface, consists of a very thin cables with small 7-pin connectors which will allow maximum air flow inside the case, it provide a higher transfer rate than the ATA-1 model. Did you like this article? Share it:Tweet

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IDE Cable

Integrated Drive Electronics, also known as ATA-1 (Advanced Technology Attachment) which is a type of disk drive that integrates the drive controller directly on the drive itself, uses a cable called IDE cable which normaly supports two interfaces that used with Hard Drives or CD/DVD ROM drives to be connected to the Mother Board. Did you like this article? Share it:Tweet

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DDR3

Very similar to DDR2 RAM type, but doubles the minimum read or write unit again to 8 consecutive words of data per clock cycle, it comes with 240-pin interface and one notch. Did you like this article? Share it:Tweet

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DDR2

Very similar to DDR RAM type, but doubles the minimum read or write unit again to 4 consecutive words of data per clock cycle,it comes with 240-pin interface and one notch. Did you like this article? Share it:Tweet

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DDR

Dual Data Rate,sometimes they name it as DDR1, it reads or writes two words of data per clock cycle,it comes with 184-pin interface and one notch. Did you like this article? Share it:Tweet

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SDR

Single Data Rate SDRAM ,a RAM that can accept one command and transfer one word of data per clock cycle which is compatible with old types of Mother boards, it is working synchronously with the CPU signals, it comes with 168-pin interface and two notches. Did you like this article? Share it:Tweet

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