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Wire Communication

On the other hand the bus network has no central computer and all computers are linked on a single circuit. This type broadcasts signals in all directions and it uses special software to identify which computer gets what signal. One disadvantage with this type of network is that only one signal can be sent at one time, if two signals are sent at the same time they will collide and the signal will fail to reach its destination. One advantage is that there is no central computer so if one computer goes down others will not be affected and will be able to send messages to one another.

The third type of network is the ring network. Similar to the bus network, the ring network does not rely on a central host computer either. Each computer in the network can communicate directly with any other computer, and each processes its own applications independently. A ring network forms a closed loop and data is sent in one direction only and if a computer in the network fails the data is still able to be transmitted.

Typically the range of a wired network is within a 2,000-foot-radius. The disadvantage of this is that data transmission over this distance may be slow or non-existent. The benefit of a wired network is that bandwidth is very high and that interference is very limited through direct connections. Wired networks are more secure and can be used in many situations; corporate LANs, school networks and hospitals. The biggest drawback to this type of network is that it must be rewired every time it is moved.