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Networks and Connectivity Trying to give a definition to the term COMMUNICATIONS we can say that Communications is the dispatch of a message from one point to another and the confirmation of the complete right and conceivable receiving of the message by the authorized addressee As we can see from the history there was a huge try to achieve the communication between people The signals of smoke the sounds of the drum the fire were some of the basic ways for the transfer of a message in a era years ago But these ways of communication was neither accurate nor has the certainty of the success Also the transfer speed of the information was small the size of the information tiny and the security of the communication was almost absence The need for networks appears for the first time when Graham Bell set in use the telephone He was talking with a friend of his with a single line but later when he wanted to talk to another friend of his he needed to use another line to connect his phone and the phone of his friend So imagine that he has X friends he would need XX-12 lines and X-1 phones that was impossible so the need of networks come up The network first developed for the need of the voice communication but after the appearance of data communications need the same network was used From the time that electricity and electronics had developed there was rapidly changes at the section of the communications After the decade of the 1950 the computers started developing and the communications started playing an important role in peoples life Also the evolution of the voice communication has created an extensive telephone network which today covers a very large part of
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