A2 Communications Methods test

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What is the technical term for the amount of bits can be sent down a wire per second?
Which form of communication is more suitable for long range communications?
What is the first step of a handshaking protocol?
What ends a data packet under non time governed communication?
What is the sender called formally?
What is the name of the effect on potential difference that makes parallel communication unreliable?
What is the transmission method called where 1 bit is sent at a time, 1 way down 1 wire?
What does a parity bit with a value of 1 mean?
What is the technical term for the amount of times a second a signal can change across a wire?
What is the technical term referring to how fast data can be sent down a wire?
What is the second step of a handshaking protocol?
What word describes communication which is not done at set time intervals?
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What is the technical term for a communication mode where only a single data channel is used across a whole network with only one sender and taker?
What is the name of the wire, which in parallel lets the sender know that the taker is ready?
What is the transmission method called where communication is two way, uses multiple wires and sends multiple bits simultaneously?
What does a parity bit with a value of 0 mean?
What is the taker called formally?
What is the name of the wire, which in parallel, lets the taker know the data is coming from the sender?
What does a taker use parity bits to do?
What starts a data packet under non time governed communication?
Which form of communication is more suitable for short distance communication?
What is the technical term for a communication mode where multiple data channels are used across a whole network with multiple senders and takers?
What is the technical term for the time taken for a message sent by a sender to be received?
What term is used to describe a pre set collections of rules governing communication?
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