On-line Education - An information explosion

Written by Ram Balaji

If there is one revolution that has sweptrepparttar world in a relatively short span of time, it is certainly Internet Revolution. Internet has rejuvenated many sectors such as Service, Manufacturing, Health-care, Education and a lot more. In more than one way,repparttar 143502 emergence of Internet in Education sector has paved way for making huge profits and stands as a clear winner in this game of bandwidth connectivity.

On-line education for instance is increasingly attractingrepparttar 143503 students' segment acrossrepparttar 143504 world. Some thirty years back,repparttar 143505 students had to seek admissions in schools and colleges. Today,repparttar 143506 penetration of Internet has created a platform to these students to study at home or at places convenient to them. In fact, some ofrepparttar 143507 on-line educational institutions offer courses at affordable fees. The flexibility is in your time and place. Students can elsewhere work duringrepparttar 143508 day and spendrepparttar 143509 night doingrepparttar 143510 courses on-line.

An exciting feature in this type of on-line education is that many diploma and degree courses are offered to all categories of people cutting across linguistic, locational and age barriers. For instance, a student can spend five hours a day, a father three hours and a typical executive who is confined torepparttar 143511 office premises working for an organization duringrepparttar 143512 day can spend his leisurely night doingrepparttar 143513 course.

The onslaught of Internet explosion has only increasedrepparttar 143514 demand for more on-line educational programmes. Two typical advantages of going online is that fast-paced results and instant feedback (response to a query) take you through and groups of people instantly start interacting with one another to exchange views. Today,repparttar 143515 best investment is knowledge.

Fiber Optic Cable

Written by Gianfranco Fracassi

Fiber Optic Cable Fiber optic cabling consists of a centre glass core surrounded by several layers of protective materials (See fig. 5). It transmits light rather than electronic signals eliminatingrepparttar problem of electrical interference. This makes it ideal for certain environments that contain a large amount of electrical interference. It has also made itrepparttar 143501 standard for connecting networks between buildings, due to its immunity torepparttar 143502 effects of moisture and lighting. Fiber optic cable hasrepparttar 143503 ability to transmit signals over much longer distances than coaxial and twisted pair. It also hasrepparttar 143504 capability to carry information at vastly greater speeds. This capacity broadens communication possibilities to include services such as video conferencing and interactive services. The cost of fiber optic cabling is comparable to copper cabling; however, it is more difficult to install and modify. 10BaseF refers torepparttar 143505 specifications for fiber optic cable carrying Ethernet signals.

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