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TELECOMMUNICATION 2
1. What are the principal components of telecommunications networks and key
networking technologies? How are modern telephone and computer networks
different from what firms used in the past?
Telecommunication refers to the transmission of information over distances using
electronic devices. The principal components of telecommunication networks are input
and output devices. These are essential in starting and ending the communication; an
example is a telephone. Telecommunication channels are a component used in
transmitting and receiving data, including wireless radio frequencies and different types
of cables; telecommunication processors also provide support and control functions. The
control software is another component necessary in controlling the functioning of the
network activities. Messages delivered represent the data transmitted, and the last
component is protocols that differentiate how each telecommunication system handles the
messages.
2. What are some of the common types of physical transmission media and what
differentiates them from one another?
The key networking technologies include computer networks which consist of computers
connected to one another to transfer information. The internet network is another networking
technology. This is used in browsing to check what you are researching on. Lastly, the
telephone network is used for communication between people through the mobile phone.
Modern telephones and computers networks are different from what was used in the past
because, in modern networks, the audience is active (Hotta, 2018). This means they are
participating in the medium of communication while in the past communication, the audience
was not involved.

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Running head: TELECOMMUNICATION Telecommunication Students Name Institution Affiliation Date TELECOMMUNICATION 2 1. What are the principal components of telecommunications networks and key networking technologies? How are modern telephone and computer networks different from what firms used in the past? Telecommunication refers to the transmission of information over distances using electronic devices. The principal components of telecommunication networks are input and output devices. These are essential in starting and ending the communication; an example is a telephone. Telecommunication channels are a component used in transmitting and receiving data, including wireless radio frequencies and different types of cables; telecommunication processors also provide support and control functions. The control software is another component necessary in controlling the functioning of the network activities. Messages delivered represent the data transmitted, and the last component is protocols that differentiate how each telecommunication system handles the messages. 2. What are some of the common types of physical transmission media and what differentiates them from one another? The key networking technologies include computer networks which consist of computers connected to one another to transfer information. The internet network is another networking technology. This is used in browsing to check what you are researching on. Lastly, the telephone network is used for communi ...
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