Tag Archives: Ethernet

What Are Ethernet Communications?

by tawalker With the advent of the internet the world is no more divided by invisible boundaries. People from any part of the world can stay connected with the rest of the world with ease. Gone are the times when the snail mails or posts took ages to reach another country or continent. Communications media… Read More »

Ethernet Physical Layer

by Daniel Kulinski Physical layers Xerox experimental Ethernet Name Description Xerox Ethernet The original, 3 Mbit/s Ethernet implementation, which had a frame format different from the production forms of Ethernet. Early implementations (10 Mbit/s and 1 Mbit/s) Name Standard Description 10BASE5 802.3 (8) 10 Mbit/s, Manchester coded signaling, copper RG-8X (expensive) coaxial cabling, bus topology… Read More »

What Is Ethernet?

by preston.rhea The term Ethernet in basic terms is cables linked to a network which in-turn send data packets across several networks. This is the most commonly utilized approach used in local area networking. Xerox, DEC and Intel created this existing design which was influenced by the Alohanet schematic from years prior. It was produced… Read More »

Ethernet Media Converter

by melo Toronto, Canada –GAO Fiber Optics (www.GAOFiberOptics.com) has released its low cost, portable Ethernet media converter that is compliant with IEEE802.3 standards. It is specially designed to convert data signal between 10/100Base-Tx and 100base-Fx fast Ethernet to long distance Internet link. The media converter connects fiber cable to twisted cable segments smoothly. It can… Read More »

Ethernet Technology

by skreuzer People has known the Ethernet technology since coaxial cable connection system was created to comprise of various computers and technological devices by PARC or Palo Alto Research Center Inc. (then known as XEROX PARC). Therefore, it is the oldest yet mostly used for networking until the present day.   Three years later, a… Read More »