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Ch 51: CEOE Business Education: Network Systems Technology

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Brush up on your knowledge of network systems technology. Watch our video lessons and take the chapter exam to prepare to answer these types of questions on the CEOE Business Education test.

CEOE Business Education: Network Systems Technology - Chapter Summary

Let our instructors guide you through telecommunications systems, computer networks and other aspects of network systems technology. Lessons in this chapter can help you prepare for CEOE Business Education exam questions on the following topics:

  • The components of a telecommunications systems
  • Mainframe and client/server systems
  • Telecommunication hardware
  • Network operating systems and types of networks
  • Wireless computing devices, such as GPS, PDA, cellular and satellite
  • Short- and medium-range wireless communication
  • The World Wide Web
  • Star, bus, ring and mesh topology
  • Web page design and programming languages

Our video lessons offer a quick and convenient way to study for the CEOE Business Education test. Each lesson, less than 10 minutes long, can be watched and re-watched wherever and whenever on your laptop or mobile device. Lesson transcripts and quizzes offer additional study methods to ensure you fully grasped the materials presented by the instructors.

CEOE Business Education: Network Systems Technology Chapter Objectives

The CEOE Business Education test is required by the state of Oklahoma for educators seeking their initial licensure to teach business in public schools. The test consists of 80 multiple-choice questions and 1 written-response question. Test takers have 4 hours to complete the test.

The CEOE Business Education test is organized into 5 subareas. Each subarea is broken down into competencies, or conceptual statements that beginning educators should know to teach in the state of Oklahoma. Network systems technology questions fall within the Business Technology and Information Systems subarea, which makes up 24% of the test. Our experienced, knowledgeable instructors provide up-to-date information in this chapter to help you get ready for network systems technology questions on the test.

13 Lessons in Chapter 51: CEOE Business Education: Network Systems Technology
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The Components of a Telecommunications System

1. The Components of a Telecommunications System

Telecommunication is communication at a distance using electrical signals or electromagnetic waves. Learn about the components and properties of telecommunication systems.

Client/Server and Mainframe Systems Used in Telecommunication Systems

2. Client/Server and Mainframe Systems Used in Telecommunication Systems

Telecommunications are managed in a number of different ways, including peer-to-peer, client/server and mainframe systems. Learn why client/server has become the most widely used network architecture.

Telecommunications Hardware: Routers, Modems, Switches, Bridges, and Gateways

3. Telecommunications Hardware: Routers, Modems, Switches, Bridges, and Gateways

Building a computer network requires specialized hardware. Learn about transmission media and the variety of hardware devices needed for a computer network.

Network Operating Systems (NOS): Windows & Novell Net Ware

4. Network Operating Systems (NOS): Windows & Novell Net Ware

Every computer needs an operating system, and networks require their own operating systems. Learn about the specialized functions of network operating systems.

Computer Networks and Distributed Processing: PAN, LAN, WAN, MAN

5. Computer Networks and Distributed Processing: PAN, LAN, WAN, MAN

Computer networks can vary in size from a handful of devices within a single room to millions of devices spread across the entire globe. Learn about the different types of networks.

Communication & Wireless Computing Devices: GPS, PDA, Cellular & Satellite

6. Communication & Wireless Computing Devices: GPS, PDA, Cellular & Satellite

A large number of different devices use wireless communications networks. Learn about the different types of devices and which communication signals they use.

Short-Range Wireless Communication: Bluetooth, ZigBee & Infrared Transmission

7. Short-Range Wireless Communication: Bluetooth, ZigBee & Infrared Transmission

Short-range wireless communication uses signals that travel from a few centimeters to several meters. Learn about some of the most widely used types of short-range wireless technologies.

Medium-Range Wireless Communication: Wi-Fi & Hotspots

8. Medium-Range Wireless Communication: Wi-Fi & Hotspots

WiFi is the most widely used medium-range wireless communication technology. Learn how WiFi standards and access points are used to create hotspots for Internet access.

Wide-Area Wireless Communication: Microwave, Satellite, 3G, 4G & WiMAX

9. Wide-Area Wireless Communication: Microwave, Satellite, 3G, 4G & WiMAX

Wide-area wireless communication travels large distances, from several kilometers to thousands of kilometers. Learn how much of the world's communication uses microwaves in cellular networks, WiMAX and satellite communications.

How Star, Bus, Ring & Mesh Topology Connect Computer Networks in Organizations

10. How Star, Bus, Ring & Mesh Topology Connect Computer Networks in Organizations

Computers in a network are connected in some logical manner, referred to as network topology or network architecture. Learn about the different types of network architecture.

The Internet: IP Addresses, URLs, ISPs, DNS & ARPANET

11. The Internet: IP Addresses, URLs, ISPs, DNS & ARPANET

We'll cover the basics of the Internet, including its history and functioning. Key topics include IP addresses, TCP/IP communication protocol, DNS, URLs, and the transfer of information as packets through the Internet.

World Wide Web: How the Web Works

12. World Wide Web: How the Web Works

In this lesson, an overview of the World Wide Web is discussed, including its development and operation. The various technologies that enable the Web to work are also described. Topics include Web browsers, hypertext markup language, hypertext transfer protocol, hyperlink and FTP.

Web Page Design and Programming Languages: HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS & JavaScript

13. Web Page Design and Programming Languages: HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS & JavaScript

Web design is the creation and visual design of documents displayed on the World Wide Web. It is important to create engaging and visually appealing websites to attract and retain customers. Many factors must be considered when designing a website. This video will explore the steps in Web design and the programming languages needed to create a dynamic and interactive website.

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