Networking

Business / Real Estate / Networking: Generating prospects through a real estate professionals communications with friends and professional associates.

Dial-Up Networking

Technology / Computers / Dial-Up Networking: This is a feature that was used by the Windows 95, 98 and Unix operating systems. It allows for the connection of other computer systems over the Internet using a phone line connected to a modem. MORE

RJ-45

Technology / Computers / RJ-45: Short for Registered Jack-45, an eight-wire connector used commonly to connect computers onto a local-area networks (LAN), especially Ethernets. RJ-45 connectors look similar to the ubiquitous RJ-11 c MORE

WiFi

Technology / Computers / WiFi: Wireless Fidelity - Otherwise known as Wireless Networking, commonly using the 802.11b protocol. Hardware that displays the WiFi logo claims 802.11b compliance should interconnect seamlessly. MORE

Layer

Technology / Computers / Layer: In networking, layers (also called Levels) refer to software protocols. Each layer builds on the layer beneath it as part of an overall interactive transmission system. MORE

Bridge

Entertainment / Bowling / Bridge: Usually refers to the distance between the finger holes; in houses without automatic scoring, a player might connect strings of strikes with lines...bridges...to keep the player's streak of strikes al MORE

802.11n

Technology / Computers / 802.11n: Standard defining wireless networking that improves upon prior standards by using Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technology to achieve data transmission speeds nearing 600Mbps. Utilizes multipl MORE

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