Jaringan Komputer dan Komunikasi Data


Jaringan Komputer dan Komunikasi Data

1. Chapter01-Introduction.

  • Define the basic terminology of computer networks
  • Recognize the individual components of the big picture of computer networks
  • Outline the basic network configurations
  • Cite the reasons for using a network model and how those reasons apply to current network systems
  • List the layers of the OSI model and describe the duties of each layer
  • List the layers of the Internet model and describe the duties of each layer
  • Compare the OSI and Internet

2. Chapter02- Fundamentals_of_Data_and_Signals.

  • Distinguish between data and signals
  • Cite the advantages of digital data and signals over analog data and signals
  • Identify the three basic components of a signal
  • Discuss the bandwidth of a signal and how it relates to data transfer speed
  • Identify signal strength and attenuation and how they are related
    Outline the basic characteristics of transmitting digital data with digital signals, analog data with digital signals, digital data with analog signals, and analog data with analog signals
  • List and draw diagrams of the basic digital encoding techniques, including the advantages and disadvantages of each Identify the different modulation techniques and describe their advantages, disadvantages, and uses
  • Identify the different modulation techniques and describe their advantages, disadvantages, and uses
  • Identify the two most common digitization techniques and describe their advantages and disadvantages
  • Discuss the characteristics and importance of spread spectrum encoding techniques
  • Identify the different data codes and how they are used in communication systems

3. Chapter03-TheMedia.

  • Outline the differences between Category 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5e, 6, and 7 twisted pair wire.
  • Outline the characteristics of coaxial cable including the advantages and disadvantages.
  • Outline the characteristics of fiber optic cable including the advantages and disadvantages.
  • Outline the characteristics of terrestrial microwave systems including the advantages and disadvantages.
  • Outline the characteristics of satellite microwave systems including the advantages and disadvantages as well as the differences between low earth orbit, middle earth orbit, geosynchronous earth orbit, and highly elliptical earth orbit satellites.
  • Describe the basics of wireless radio, including AMPS, D-AMPS, PCS systems, and third generation wireless systems.
  • Outline the characteristics of pager systems including the advantages and disadvantages.
  • Outline the characteristics of short-range transmissions, including Bluetooth
  • Describe the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of wireless application protocol
  • Outline the characteristics of broadband wireless systems including the advantages and disadvantages.
  • Apply the media selection criteria of cost, speed, distance and expandability, environment, and security to various media in a particular application.

4. Chapter04-MakingConnections.

  • List the four components of all interface standards
  • Discuss the basic operations of the USB and EIA-232F interface standards
  • Cite the advantages of FireWire, SCSI, iSCSI, InfiniBand, and Fiber Channel interface standards
  • Outline the characteristics of asynchronous, synchronous, and isochronous data link interfaces

5. Chapter05-Multiplexing.

  • Describe frequency division multiplexing and list its applications, advantages, and disadvantages
  • Describe synchronous time division multiplexing and list its applications, advantages, and disadvantages
  • Outline the basic multiplexing characteristics of both T-1 and ISDN telephone systems
  • Describe statistical time division multiplexing and list its applications, advantages, and disadvantages
  • Cite the main characteristics of wavelength division multiplexing and its advantages and disadvantages
  • Describe the basic characteristics of discrete multitone
  • Cite the main characteristics of code division multiplexing and its advantages and disadvantages
  • Apply a multiplexing

6. Chapter06-ErrorDetection.

  • Identify the different types of noise commonly found in computer networks
  • Specify the different error-prevention techniques, and be able to apply an error-prevention technique to a type of noise
  • Compare the different error-detection techniques in terms of efficiency and efficacy
  • Perform simple parity and longitudinal parity calculations, and enumerate their strengths and weaknesses
  • Cite the advantages of cyclic redundancy checksum, and specify what types of errors cyclic redundancy checksum will detect
  • Differentiate between the three basic forms of error control, and describe the circumstances under which each may be used
  • Follow an example of Stop-and-wait ARQ, Go-back-N ARQ, and Selective-reject ARQ

7. Chapter07-LAN-Basic.

  • State the definition of a local area network
  • List the primary function, activities, and application areas of a local area network
  • Cite the advantages and disadvantages of local area networks
  • Identify the physical and logical topologies of local area networks
  • Cite the characteristics of wireless local area networks and their medium access control protocols
  • Specify the different medium access control techniques
  • Recognize the different IEEE 802 frame formats
  • Describe the common local area network systems

8. Chapter08-LAN-Internet.

  • State the definition of a local area network
  • List the primary function, activities, and application areas of a local area network
  • Cite the advantages and disadvantages of local area networks
  • Identify the physical and logical topologies of local area networks
  • Cite the characteristics of wireless local area networks and their medium access control protocols
  • Specify the different medium access control techniques
  • Recognize the different IEEE 802 frame formats
  • Describe the common local area network systems

9. Chapter9-WAN-Introduction

  • Identify the characteristics of metropolitan area networks, and explain how they compare and contrast with wide area and local area networks
  • Describe how circuit-switched, datagram packet-switched, and virtual circuit packet-switched networks work
  • Identify the differences between a connection-oriented network and a connectionless network, and give an example of each
  • Describe the differences between centralized routing and distributed routing, and cite the advantages and disadvantages of each
  • Describe the differences between static routing and adaptive routing, and cite the advantages and disadvantages of each
  • Document the main characteristics of flooding, and use hop count and hop limit in a simple example
  • Discuss the basic concepts of network congestion, including quality of service

10. Chapter_10 The Internet

  • Discuss the responsibilities of the Internet Protocol (IP) and how IP can be used to create a connection between networks
  • Discuss the responsibilities of the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and how it can be used to create a reliable, end-to-end network connection
  • Identify the relationships between TCP/IP and the protocols ICMP, UDP, ARP, DHCP, NAT, and tunneling protocols
  • Cite the basic features of HTML, dynamic HTML, and XML, and describe how these three languages differ from one another
  • Describe the responsibility of the Domain Name System and how it converts a URL into a dotted decimal IP address
  • Describe the major Internet applications and services

11. Chapter_11 Voice and Data Delivery Networks .

  • Identify the basic elements of a telephone system and discuss the limitations of telephone signals
  • Describe the composition of the telephone industry before and after the 1984 Modified Final Judgment and explain the differences
  • Describe the difference between a local exchange carrier and an interexchange carrier and list the services each offers
  • Differentiate between the roles of the local telephone company before and after the Telecommunications Act of 1996
  • List the basic characteristics of a modem
  • List the types of leased lines that are available and their basic characteristics
  • Identify the main characteristics of digital subscriber line, and recognize the difference between a symmetric system and an asymmetric system
  • Identify the main characteristics of a cable modem
  • List the basic characteristics of frame relay, such as permanent virtual circuits, committed information rate, and switched virtual circuits

12.  Chapter_12 Network Security .

  • Recognize the basic forms of system attacks
  • Recognize the concepts underlying physical protection measures
  • Cite the techniques used to control access to computers and networks
  • Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of passwords
  • List the techniques used to make data secure
  • Explain the difference between a substitution-based cipher and a transposition-based cipher
  • Outline the basic features of public key cryptography, Advanced Encryption Standard, digital signatures, and the public key infrastructure
  • Cite the techniques used to secure communications
  • Describe the differences between the frequency hopping spread spectrum technique and the direct sequence spread spectrum technique

13.  Chapter_13 Network Design And Management .

  • Recognize the systems development life cycle and define each of its phases
  • Explain the importance of creating one or more connectivity maps
  • Outline the differences among technical, financial, operational, and time feasibility
  • Create a cost-benefit analysis incorporating the time value of money
  • Explain why performing capacity planning and traffic analysis is difficult
  • Describe the steps involved in performing a baseline study
  • Discuss the importance of a network administrator and the skills required for that position
  • Calculate component and system reliability and availability
  • Recognize the basic hardware and software network diagnostic tools
  • Describe the importance of a help desk with respect to managing network operations
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