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4/23/13 WD2 SA

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attenuation the weakening of a transmission signal as it travels farther from its source
coax Short for coaxial cable. High-capacity two-wire (signal and ground) cable; inner wire is the primary conductor, and the metal sheath serves as the ground.
plenum Space between building floors; usually contains air and heating ducts, as well as communication and electrical wires.
spread spectrum Technologies that consist of various methods for radio transmission in which frequencies or signal patterns are continuously changed
wideband A large set of frequencies capable of carrying data at higher rates (for example, 1.544 Mbps). Usually carries digital signals. Includes DSL and cable Internet access.
bring your own device (BYOD) the growing movement of employees who bring their own devices, such as smartphones and tablets, to work
Created by: ash.sa2