COMMUNICATION CHANNELS

FAISAL NOOR ROLL NO. 377 STAGE 2

PLAN OF PRESENTATION
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WHAT BASICALLY A COMMUNICATION IS?

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COMMUNICATION CHANNELS

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PHYSICAL TRANSMISSION MEDIA

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WIRELESS TRANSMISSION MEDIA

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CONCLUSION

WHAT BASICALLY A COMMUNICATION IS?
Communication is the process in which we can transfer our sorts or our information from one place to another.

As well as when we are talking about computer communication its describe a process in which one computer transfer data, instructions and information from one computer to an other.

COMMUNICTIONS CHANNELS
An important aspect of communication is the channel, which is communications path between two devices . Bandwidth is the width of the communication channel. The higher the bandwidth the more the data and information the channel can transmit.

PHYSICAL TRANSMISSION MEDIA
Physical transmission media used in communications include twisted-pair cable, coaxial cable and fiber-optics cable. These cables typically used within buildings and underground Ethernet. Ethernet and token ring LANS often use physical transmission media.

WIRELESS TRANSMISSION MEDIA
Wireless transmission media are used when it is inconvenient, or impossible to installed cables. Wireless transmission media used in communication includes broadcast radio, cellular radio, microwaves, communication satellites, and infrared.

PHYSICAL TRANSMISSION MEDIA
Twisted Pair Cable One the more commonly used transmission media for network cabling and telephone system is twisted pair cable. Twisted pair cable consists of one or more twisted-pair wires bundled together. Coaxial Cable Coaxial cable, consists of a single copper wire surrounded by at least three layers; (1) an insulating material, (2) a woven or braided metal, and (3) a plastic outer coating.

Fiber-Optics Cable It is another type of transmission media. The core of a fiber-optics cable consist of dozens and hundreds of thin strands of glass or plastic that use light to transmit signals.

WIRELESS TRANSMISSION MEDIA
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CONCLUSION
At the end I want to say that there is no communication without communication channels because without the channel we can’t transmit our data from one place to another.

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