Data Transmitters


Data Transmitters and Receivers


There are two types of computer peripherals used by switches/routers. The first type is the data transmitter (also known as a dongle), which transmits commands to the computer, as well as receiving data from the computer. The second type is the data receiver (also known as a card), which supports communication with the computer over the wire.
The computer peripheral equipment is distributed over many different computers/computers. In the enterprise environment, this kind of equipment is often housed in separate buildings. Each building may contain several data transmitters and cards for use by only a few computers.


Manual Transmitters


There are many different data transmitters available for use with computers, each with its own differences. This includes the so-called “bare-bones” data transmitters, which perform only the basic functions required by computer operating systems. Other computer equipment used with bare-bones data transmitters include printers, terminals, etc.
The computer peripheral equipment is distributed over many different computers/computers. Each building may contain several data transmitters and cards for use by only a few computers.


In the enterprise environment, the various computer hardware is placed in different buildings and wired up into independent data transmitters. A computer which is a server (for example, which hosts database files or other applications) may be wired up as a data transmitter. This permits simultaneous access to all computers connected to the same WAN/LAN switch/router. However, as other computers also require access to the Internet, it is necessary to use a data receiver to connect computers to the Internet. In this case, we recommend using security systems like the ones found at https://www.fortinet.com/resources/cyberglossary/access-control in order to keep your data safe.

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DS1 Switch


A computer which is connected to the LAN is known as a dongle. If the computer connects to the Internet, it is called a router. A router is a computer which connects to a computer over the LAN or the Internet.
A dongle is often operated by a human operator and does not use a router and so does not have to worry about having multiple computers attached to it.


Typically, a computer has three data transmitters (red wire, green wire, and blue wire) and two data receivers (white wire, black wire, and red wire). The computer peripheral equipment is distributed over many different computers/computers. Each building may contain several data transmitters and cards for use by only a few computers.