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Introduction to Networking

History of Communication
Torch Relays

History of Communication
SMOKE Signals

History of Communication
Voice Relay

History of Communication
African Drumbeats

History of Communication Technology gives us the freedom to COMMUNICATE .

History of Communication 2900BC Ancient Egypt The first standardized written language .

History of Communication 776BC Athens The first recorded use of homing pigeons to send messages. .

History of Communication 14AD .Rome The first postal service established .

China The invention of paper as we know it today.History of Communication 100AD . .

History of Communication 1455 .Germany Johannes Guttenberg invents the first printing press .

History of Communication 1714 .England Henry Mill patents the first typewriter .

History of Communication 1793 .France Claude Chappe invented the first visual semaphore .

History of Communication .

England Charles Wheatstone invented the first telegraph and microphone .History of Communication 1821 .

France Joseph Nicephore Niepce achieves the first photographic image .History of Communication 1825 .

History of Communication 1831.USA Joseph Henry Invents the first electric telegraph .

History of Communication 1835 Samuel Morse invents “Morse Code” .

History of Communication See and hear morse code .

History of Communication 1876 – USA (Boston) Alexander Graham Bell patents the first telephone .

History of Communication 1899 – Denmark Valdemar Poulsen invents the first magnetic storage medium .

History of Communication 1902 – United Kingdom Guglielmo Marconi transmits the first radio signal across the Atlantic Ocean. .

History of Communication 1925 – United Kingdom John Logie Baird demonstrated the first television in London. .

History of Communication 1930 – USA First television broadcast in USA .

History of Communication 1944 – USA Harvard IBM Mark 1 computer pioneers the beginning of the information age .

History of Communication 1951 Computers are first sold commercially. .

History of Communication 1962 Telstar was the first communications satellite launched into space. .

History of Communication 1966 Xerox invents the Telecopier . .the first successful fax machine.

.History of Communication 1969 ARPANET .the first Internet started.

History of Communication 1979 . .Japan First cellular phone communication network started.

History of Communication amous Computer Codes in early 1960 CCITT (Consultative Committee on International Telegraphy and Telephony) 5-bit code used transmission for telex .

History of Communication EBCDIC (Extended Binary-Coded-Decimal Interchange Code) An 8-bit mainframe computers code mainly for .

History of Communication ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) A 7-bit code for personal and mobile computers .

History of Communication Extended ASCII An 8-bit code also used for personal and mobile computers .

. mainframe environment. communications between data processing equipment started to pick up.Data Communications and Computers In the 1950s.

Data Communications and Computers dumb terminals are connected to a huge host computer. .

usually in just one .Data Communications and Computers Limitations: 1. The system is confined to a single area.

Data Communications and Computers Limitations: 2. Mainframes were too large and too expensive for everyone to own. .

Terminals can only access the host computer to which it is physically .Data Communications and Computers Limitations: 3.

Data Communications and Computers Limitations: 4. updated information was not readily . Data was only being processed in batches.

Data Communications and Computers Standalone Computers PC’s own processor and storage allowing it to process data on its own. .

Data Communications and Computers Sneakernet Storing the files in a floppy disk and physically moving the floppy disk to the PC .

Supporting the way we live .

Components of Network .

4. 5.Components of Network 1. 3. Sender Receiver Message Media Protocol . 2.

Networking Symbols .

Network users are able to share files.” . and run programs on other computers.Networking Basics “Networking” is a combination of techniques. send electronic messages. and other resources. printers. physical connections. and computer programs used to link two or more devices.

Networking Basics Local Area Network (LAN) .

Networking Basics Wide Area Network (WAN) .

Networking Basics InterNetworks (Internet) .

Short clip about internet .