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Overview of ETHERNET CARDS (NIC) tutorials

Ethernet Type

Designation

Cable type

Cable Speed

Max. Segment

Length

Standard Ethernet

10 Base T

CAT 3 UTP

10 Mbps

100 mtr

Fast Ethernet

100 Base T

CAT 5 UTP

100 Mbps

100 mtr

Gigabit Ethernet

1000 Base T

CAT 5E UTP

1,000 Mbps

100 mtr

Gigabit Ethernet

1000 Base LX

50/125 or 62.5/125 multimode Fiber

10,000 Mbps

550 mtr

Gigabit Ethernet

1000 Base SX

50/125 multimode Fiber

1,000 Mbps

500 mtr

Gigabit Ethernet

1000 Base SX

62.5/125 multimode fiber

1,000 Mbps

220 mtr

Gigabit Ethernet

1000 Base LX

9/125 single mode fiber

1,000 Mbps

3,000 mtr

 

Wireless network adaptor

  • Most wireless network adaptor (NIC) and Wireless Access Point confirm to standard based on the IEEE 802.1 Specification. Following are multiple variety of IEEE 802.1 specification.

Wireless Standard

Transmission Speed

Transmission Frequency

Effective Indoor range

802.11a

Up to 54 Mbps

5 Ghz

Appx.25 to 75 feet

802.11b

Up to 11 Mbps

2.4 Ghz

Appx. 100 to 150 feet

802.11g

Up to 54 Mbps

2.4 Ghz

Appx. 100 to 150 feet

 

Choosing an INTERNET ACCESS Solutions

 

Connection type

Transmission Speed

Simultaneous users / Application

Dial-up Modem or

Duel Dial-up Modem

Up to 56 Kbps

Up to 128 Kbps

8-10 email users

2-3 web users

1-2 large files / Attachments

ISDN

(Basic Rate Interface)

Up to 128 Kbps

8-10 email users

2-3 web users

1-2 large files / Attachments

ISDN

(Primary Rate Interface)

Up to 1.44 Mbps

50-70 email users

20-30 web users

12-20 large files / Attachments

DSL Modem

Up to 5 Mbps downstream

Up to 768 Kbps upstream

90-100 email users

40-60 web users

24-40 large files / Attachments

Cable Modem

Up to 7 Mbps downstream

Up to 768 Kbps upstream

100-150 email users

50-75 web users

30-50 large files / Attachments

T-1

1.544 Mbps

50-70 email users

20-30 web users

12-20 large files / Attachments

Fractional T-1

1.544 Mbps

in 64 Kbps increment

Varies depending on bandwidth

T-3

44.736 Mbps

1500-2500 email users

600-900 web users

360-600 large files / Attachments

Fractional T-3

Up to 44.736 Mbps

In 1.544 Mbps increment

Varies depending on bandwidth

 

  • NOTE

  • Cable Modem and DSL Modem offer asymmetrical solutions, i.e. the Modem run faster downstream (Downloading) than upstream (Uploading).

  • Also the capabilities of Cable Modem & DSL have changed recently, but for EXAM we do NOT have to take those consideration.


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