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Network Fundamentals

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What is the through put of X.25? 64 Kbps
What is the through put of T1? 1.544 Mbps
What is the European equivalent for T1? E1
What is the Japanese equivalent for T1? J1
What is the through put of E1? 2.048 Mbps
What is the through put of T3? 44.736 Mbps
Frame Relay is a type of What Service? Packet Switching
What transfers multiple digital bit streams over optical fibers? SONET
CSU/DSU is usually a WHAT device? Demarc
A PAD is most similar to what? Router
What is a standard for transmitting data on optical fiber cables at about 100 Mbps? FDDI
In an ISDN, what is need for Video conferencing? PRI
If the Download and Upload Speeds are the same for a DSL connection, Its called it What? SDSL
Created by: josephshears