The British Telecom microwave network is a network of point-to-point microwave radio links in the UK.
No, The server/Mainframe has the OS for a network terminal.
A computer that is used to access data on a network
Telnet is a terminal network that was developed in 1969 and is noit a Telecommunication network. Telnet was one of the firts internet providers providing access to most operating systems via a remote host which is on an open network so it has some security issues.
A terminal - or a workstation.
A personal computer that is connected to a network is called a workstation or terminal.
Network Virtual Terminal, is a software version of a physical terminal and allows a user to log on to a remote host .So the application created emulation of terminal at the remote host .Users computer talks to the software terminal which in turn talks to the host & vice verse .Remote host believes it is communication with one of its own terminals and allow you to log on
A Terminal device is a computer connects directly to a network server and does not have an independent operating system. They are also sometimes referred to as dumb terminals as they would not be able to do anything unless connected to the main network.
Robert William Beatty has written: 'Microwave impedance measurements and standards' -- subject(s): Impedance (Electricity), Microwave measurements, Wave guides 'Applications of waveguide and circuit theory to the development of accurate microwave measurement methods and standards' -- subject(s): Microwave circuits, Microwave measurements, Wave guides 'Invariance of the cross ratio applied to microwave network analysis' -- subject(s): Electric network analyzers
William L Gans has written: 'Time domain automatic network analyzer for measurement of RF and microwave components' -- subject(s): Microwave measurements, Electric network analyzers
The interface between the network terminal (NT) on the user's premise and the terminal equipment (TE1) and (TE2)
Its a rollover cable.
A remote terminal is a computer connected to a network, but is not physically in the same building as the rest of the computers on the network. For example, it might be a computer at the home of a business employee, connected over a secure link to their place of work.
A workstation or terminal. Unless it's a dumb terminal (meaning it's just peripherals) in which case it's a slave.
Router, computer comes under Data terminal equipment and modem, network terminal comes under data communication equipment.
A network resource is an individual computer on a private network that users can connect to. It can either be a terminal server or a computer with remote desktop enabled. An example would be telecommunications media.
An operating system which is run on server but is assessed/interacted with by a terminal.
Patch panel and punchdown terminal
resource authorization policies
The server stores all the programs available to the users - instead of having to load each program onto every terminal, the server holds one copy - which is sent to each terminal on demand.
A computer network requires two main component actually three. First is the Systems in which the communication will take place. Second the transmission medium and mode . Third is the Topology that is to be used.
In nomadic use, the terminal may change but it should be stationary while it is in use. It maybe wireless network. In mobile use, the terminal can be used while moving and it might be necessary to perform handovers within the network to keep connection b/w network and mobile user.