Tulane 4LAW 4870 - ICT NETWORKING (4 pages)

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Tulane University of Louisiana
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4law 4870 - Internet Law

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ICT NETWORKING I A network is when two or more computers or other electronic devices connected together so that they can exchange data For example A network allows computers to share files share internet users to message each other a whole room of computers to share a single printer etc Network connections between computers are typically created using cables wires However connections can be created using radio signals wireless Wi Fi telephone lines and modems or even for very long distances via satellite links 4 2 1 ICT I NETWORKING Objectives Make straight through cable Make cross over cable Connect computers using cross over cable Materials RJ 45 plug x2 Cable Tools Cable stripper Crimping tool Instruments Cable tester Machines Computer Practical Steps Collect tools and materials for the activity Cut the cable to the length of your choice Cut into the plastic shealth about 1inch 2 5cm from the end of the cut cable Separating wires inside the cable Arrange wires on both sides according to relevant colour codes For straight through same for both ends For cross over different end arrangement Straighten the wires on both sides Cut the wires to have the same end height so they can fit into the RJ 45 plugs Lay the wires into the RJ 45 plugs Use the crimping tool to crimp the RJ 45 connectors to the CAT5 or Ethernet cable so as to hold the wires in position Test the cables with the cable tester to check if the cable works all wires are well fixed in right place If its in working condition use the cross over cable to connect and send data between two computers Submit the cables for inspection and marks 4 2 2 ICT I PROGRAMMING Objective To gain a basic skill in MATLAB Materials No materials needed for the work Tools No tools were needed for the work Instruments No instrument needed for the work Machines no machines were needed for their work Activity We started the day by using MATLAB and we learnt basic operation skills like Addition Subtraction Multiplication and



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