NETWORK INTERFACE CARD BY SKYE HUMBERT

WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE NETWORK INTERFACE CARD?

• The network interface card is also known as the network controller. The network interface card (NIC) is a computer circuit card that has been installed into a computer so it can be connected to a network. The network interface card is attached as an expansion card or be a part of the motherboard.

WHATS THE PURPOSE OF THE NETWORK INTERFACE CARD?

  • The purpose of The Network Internet Card is to allow computers to communicate over a computer network, either wirelessly or by using cables

HOW DOES THE NETWORK INTERFACE CARD WORK?

• The network interface card works by taking the data given to it by the central processing unit and sending It to a target. it then translates the data into an outline that can be transferred through cables and then it can translate the data it receives into data that can be used by computers.

HOW DOES THE HARD DRVIVE TRANSFER DATA?

• The network interface card transfers the data through cables. The data that's goes through the cables can move only one way. The computer cannot transfer and receive the data at the same time, it can only do on at a time. This happens because the network card restructures the group data and turns it into a 1-bit data stream.

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Created with images by SparkFunElectronics - "Arduino Ethernet Shield 2" • SparkFunElectronics - "Arduino Ethernet Shield 2"

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