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Bandwidth - the number of bits that can go through the network connection in 1 second. It is measured in bits per second (bps)., Encryption - Scrambles data so that only devices with the correct key can decipher the data, Ethernet cable - Physically connects devices together in a Local Area Network, Internet Protocol (IP) address - The unique identifier for a device on a network that is determined by the network and would change from network to network., Internet Service Provider (ISP) - A company that provides internet access to its customers, Latency - the time in milliseconds between a bit leaving one device and arriving at the other. It is measured in milliseconds (ms)., Local Area Network (LAN) - Connected computers in a room or building that uses cable or wireless connections, Media Access Control (MAC) address - Used to identify a device on any network. The address is permanent and embedded in the device. It does not change from network to network., Modem - A device that converts signals from analog to digital and vice versa which allows home networks to connect to broadband, Network Interface Card (NIC) - Hardware in a computer that enables connection to a network, Powerline adaptor - Uses existing electricity wiring to carry network data, Router - A device that distributes data to connected devices in a network using cables or wireless, Service set identifier (SSID) - The name of a wireless network, Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) - Used to transmit data wirelessly in LANs, WPA2 - A security standard used to protect wireless networks,

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