Which network device is used to amplify the feeble signals when they are transported over a long distance?
the signal goes out of sink due to refraction
A is an electronic device that can serve as a gate or switch for an electrical signal and can amplify the flow of electricity?
Transistor FOR THE TEACHERS You can't make the students learn better by changing the answer to the wrong one. The humanity is positively progressing because the interne…t allows people to share the knowledge much faster. By changing the answer to the wrong one you will only succeed in producing more Ds Progress is= to knowledge share, do not slow it down!!! AVD P.S. A student is here because either he/she is not interested in a subject or a teacher is not good.
They used the river Nile. They built boats from papyrus reeds ranging in size from canoes to giant barges. The 750 or so miles (1200km) between the delta and the first catarac…t was slow moving enough to favour river transport. The winds were favourable as they usually blew in the oposite direction to the current. This meant it was possible to drift down the river on the current and sail up the river against the current.
if you are looking for a 5 letter word that starts with S, it is ships (I think...)
camels, horses and donkeys
A transistor is one kind of device that can amplify a signal or open and close a circuit.
it starts with a s
Which network device has the capability of amplifying and regenerating network signals but has no capability of routing or segmenting?
I would say an ethernet extender/booster/repeater.
Technology that consists of electromagnetic devices and systems for communicating over long distances is known as?
What network device receives a signal and then transports a signal to all other nodes connected to it?
Traditionally a hub or repeater would put signals on all other nodes connected to it. If this is a broadcast signal, then any device (with the exception of a router) would pr…esent signals to all other devices connected to it.
What network device amplifies and retransmits a signal so that the signal remains readable for a longer distance?
A hub can do that. Signal repeaters, for a general answer.
What is the name of the technique used in long distance networks where multiple signals are sent in different colors on a single fiber?
DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing)
Telephone, cellphone, internet, etc. Amateur or ham radio communications
What is A is a high-capacity communications medium that joins networks and central network devices across long distances?
i am pretty sure that camels were used for log distances in Egypt.