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Peripherals Vocab

TermDefinition
ISDN Devices (Integrated Services Digital Network) - involves the digitization of the telephone network, which permits voice, data, text, graphics, music, video, and other source material to be transmitted over existing telephone wires.
Digital Devices Estimates analog data using only ones and zeros – on or off (also known as the Binary System)
Analog Devices Everything we see and hear is a continuous transmission of information to our senses. This continuous stream is what defines analog data.
Output Devices Used to send data (monitor, printer…)
NC Devices (Numerical-Control) – a punch card around a drum controls machine operations (early automated weaving looms)
CNC Devices (Computer-Numerical-Control) – manufacturing process in which a computer program controls and monitors machines' operations (robots, mills, lathes…)
Peripheral Devices Any item connected to a computer but is secondary in relation to the central processing unit.
Storage Devices Used to store data (hard drive, floppy drive, tape drive…)
Input Devices Used to receive data (keyboard, mouse, scanner, camera…)
External Devices Operate outside the computer case.
Communication Devices Connect a computer to the Internet or another computer.
Internal Devices Operate inside the computer case.
Created by: parkerjaren