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Unit 1. Introduction To Computer Networks:

1.1 Introduction: Definition of a Computer Network; What is a Network?,

1.2 Components of a computer network:

1.3 Use of Computer networks;

1.4 Classification of networks;

1.5.Local area networks, Metropolitan area networks, Wide area networks, Wireless networks:

Unit 2. Networking Devices:

2.1 Introduction; Goal of networking devices:

2.2 Repeaters; Uses of Repeaters: Hubs;

2.3 Working with Hubs and Switches,

2.4 Cables Connecting Hubs and Switches,

2.5 Managed Hubs and Switches,

2.6 Port Density: Bridges;

2.7 Types of Bridges: Routers;

2.8 Gateways Functionality: Other Devices;

2.9 Modems, Proxy Server, Wireless router, Brouter, Wireless Access Point (WAPs).

Unit 3. Network Software & Network Standardization:

3.1 Introduction: Networks Software;

3.2 Protocol hierarchy,

3.3 Reference models;

3.4 The OSI Reference Model,

3.5 The TCP/IP Reference Model,

3.6 Comparison of the OSI & the TCP/IP Reference Models:

3.7 Network standardization;

Unit 4 Data Communications:

4.1 Introduction: Theoretical basis for communication;

4.2 Fourier analysis, Band limited signals,

4.3 Maximum data rate of a channel:

4.4 Transmission impairments;

4.5 Attenuation distortion,

4.6 Data transmission modes; Serial & Parallel,

4.7 Simplex, Half duplex & full duplex, Synchronous & Asynchronous transmission:

Unit 5 Physical Layer:

5.1 Introduction: Network topologies;

5.2 Linear Bus Topology, Ring Topology, Star Topology, Hierarchical or Tree Topology,

5.3 Switching; Circuit switching, Message switching, Packet switching, Implementation of packet switching,

Unit 6 Transmission Medium:

6.1 Introduction: Transmission medium; Guided & Unguided Transmission medium,

6.2 Twisted pair, Coaxial cable, Optical fiber,

6.3 Comparison of fiber optics and copper wire:

6.4 Wireless transmission;

6.5 Electromagnetic spectrum,

6.6 Radio transmission,

Unit 7 Data Link Layer:

6.1 Introduction; Goal of DLL: Design issues of DLL;

6.2 Parity bits, Importance of flamming distance for error correction,

6.3 Single bit error correction or (n, m) flamming code,

6.4 Error Detection or Cyclic Redundant Code (CRC):

6.5 Data Link layer protocols;

6.6 Transmission control protocols, HDLC:

Unit 8 Medium Access Control Sub Layer:

7.1 Introduction: The channel allocation problem; Static channels allocation,

7.2 Dynamic channels allocation in LAN’s and MAN’s:

7.3 Binary exponential Algorithm, Comparison of channel access protocols:

7.4 IEEE standards; Ethernets, Fast Ethernet,

7.5 Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.3 frame format:

Unit 9 Network Layer: Introduction: Design issues of Network layer;

8.1 Routing, Congestion control,

8.2 Shortest path algorithm,

8.3 Flooding, Distance vector routing,

8.4 Hierarchical routing, Link state routing,

8.5 IP protocol (IPV4):

Unit 10 Transport Layer: Introduction: Services of Transport layer;

9.1 Service primitives: Connection establishment: Connection Release:

9.2 Transport Protocols; TCP protocol, UDP protocol:


1 Requirements for the candidate: Laptop /Desktop /Smart phones with good internet connectivity.
2 If students use smart phones they have to download Classroom apps from the google play store.
3 After registration students will get the link in their E-mail for the class.
4 For Virtual class room students will be given the link.
5 Course Materials will  be provided at the start of the Class.
6 6 (Six) days Class in a week (3 days virtual Class , 3 days  theory alternately).
7 100(hours) equivalent to 3 Months for all Courses.
8 Digital Certificates will be awarded after completion of the Course.
9 Incase if any students required offline Certificates they can E-mail to the office.
10 Next Batch will start by 1st August 2020.
11 Course duration: 1 Month.

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