Type
Word Search
Description

business
telephone
ceo
telegraph
network
service
signal
labs
Innovative
Wireless

Telecommunications Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Communication over a distance Telecommunications
System of computers that are connected together electronically Computer networks
Operated by national, regional, or local operators Telephone networks
Wireless transmission over radio waves intended to reach a large audience Radio broadcasting system
Global computer network Internet
Can handle calls quickly... Customer service
Collaboration can help your company _________ performance in projects. Improve
Use _______ passwords Strong
Keep your _________ clean Equipment
Look over ________ you post Everything
Use strong passwords to protect yourself from ________ hackers
Keeping yourself safe is very _________ important

Computer Networks Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is it called when computers and other devices that are connected to share hardware, software, and data? Computer Network
A real time, face to face meeting between individuals not in the physically in the same place is called? Videoconference
A phone, such as a cellular or satellite phone, that uses a wireless network. mobile phone
The act of working from a remote location bu using computers and networking technology. telecommute
The use of networking technology to provide medical information and services telemedicine
A network that uses a central device connected directly to several other devices star network
In a client-server network, a computer that is dedicated to processing client requests. server
A location that provides wireless Internet access. hotspot
A network in which computers and other devices are connected to the network via physical cables Wired Network
A network in which computers and other devices are connected without physical cables Wireless Network
A network that uses a central cable to which all network devices connect. Bus Network
In a client server network, a computer or other device that requests and uses network resources. Client
To retrieve files from a server download
to transfer files to a server upload
a private network that is set up similarly to the internet and is accesses via a Web browser Intranet
The amount of data that can be transferred, such as via a bus or over a networking medium, in a given time period. bandwidth
An intranet that is at least partially accessible to authorized outsiders. Extranet
The amount of data that is transferred under real life conditions. Throughput
A method of transmitting data in which data is sent out to all nodes on a network and is retrieved only by the intended recipient. Broadcasting
A networking standard for very short-range wireless connections Bluetooth

Chapter 1 - Introduction to Computers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Long Term Memory RAM
Lightweight computer that uses touchscreen Tablet
A computer and network connection Interface
Security device that controls access from the Internet Firewall
Small disk files that contain software codes System Files
Input device that emits an electronic signal Light Pen
Input device used to capture video images in real time Webcam
Use finely focused laser beam to read and write data Compact Discs
Converts characters, images and text to digital data Scanner
A wireless computer mounted on a mobile cart Computer on wheels
Easily transported wireless computer Laptop
Magnetic storage media inside a computer Hard Drive
Another word meaning quality of the image Resolution
Uses tiny nozzles to spray ink on paper Ink jet printer
A type of programming language COBOL
A type of software FOSS
Network lined up on a single cable Bus Network
Routes data between networks using IP address Router
Network that can reach across wide geographic areas Wide area network
Sends signal from router to PC Wireless

Internet Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Type of internet service that connects wirelessly through mobile phone services. 3G and 4G service
Device used to access the internet, computer, tablet, phone, or printer. Access device
Appears after the path, tells browser to load a specific part of the page usually begins with a #. Anchor
Maximum data transfer rate of a network or Internet connection. It measures how much data can be sent over a specific connection in a given amount of time. Bandwidth
Fast data transfer speeds, always connected and can transmit multiple signals simultaneously. Broadband service
A software application used to locate and display web pages. Browser
Usually identifies the organization in a URL. Domain name
(DNS) translated domain names into IP addresses. Domain server
Commercial transactions conducted electronically online. Ecommerce
Messages distributed by electronic means from one computer user to one or more recipients via a network. Email
Loads a specific page, separated by a /. File path
Acts as a host or network interface identification and location addressing. IP Address
Provides internet access, such as XFINITY. ISP
Device that enables a computer to transmit data, either hard wired or wireless, to the internet. Modem
Unit of data that is routed between an origin and destination. Packets
String of characters after the path, begins with a ? Parameters
Device that forwards data packets along networks. It is connected to at least two networks either LANs or WANs. Router
Most URLs begin with http or https. Scheme
A program that searches for and identifies items in a database that correspond to keywords or characters specified by the user, used especially for finding particular sites on the World Wide Web. Search engine
To work from home, making use of the internet, e-mail, and the telephone. Telecommuting

Online Communication Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

YouTube is an example of this __________ vlog
Talking to one person privately instant messaging
Considered an personal online diary blog
Electronic message sent over the network email
Mobile phones using wireless technology cellphone
Internet transmission of telephone calls voip
Anyone can update, edit this website wiki
Guidelines for posting messaging online netiquette
Multimedia file that can be downloaded podcast
The most popular social media website twitter
Having a conversation with one or more people by telephone teleconference
Distance learning classes online WBT
Linking computer to telephone system CTI
Companies that provide you with Internet service Isps
Talking with several people; informal conversation chatroom
Holding a conversation over the network with a person that I can see videoconferencing
Processing of confirming a valid user authentication
email message travel to recipient SMTP
retrieves email message POP

Chapter 6 - Networks Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A device for connecting multiple network devices and multiple segments. Switch
A private data resource using the same technology as the internet. Intranet
A set of rules or standards that control communication between devices. Protocol
Automatic switching to a backup computer system in the event of system failure. Failover
Software that provides services to a client, or the hardware that is running it. Server
Software or hardware that requests services from a server. Client
A device for connecting multiple network devices in one segment. Hub
The purpose of scrambling data so it can be sent securely over networks. Encryption
Device that forwards data packets to the appropriate parts of a computer network. Router
Device which converts between digital and analogue signals, e.g. telephone line to computer. Modem
Formatted unit of data sent across networks. Packet
The amount of data that can be transferred from one point to another in a given time period. Bandwidth
Device that connects different network segments and media. Bridge

e-commerce Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

another term for e-commerce. e-business
is the buying and selling of goods and services through wireless handheld devices such as cellular telephone and personal digital assistants mobile commerce
assign a brand name to. branding
is a relatively new concept in marketing which is a virtual market place market space
a design for the successful operation of a business, identifying revenue sources, customer base, products, and details of financing. business model
a private police force that guards a building, campus, park, etc. security
The way that a buyer chooses to compensate the seller of a good or service that is also acceptable to the seller. payment options
business to business B2B
business to consumer B2C
commercial transactions conducted electronically on the Internet. e-commerce

Telecommunications Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Broadband is a descriptive term for evolving digital technologies that provide consumers a signal switched facility offering integrated access to voice, high-speed data service, video-demand services, and interactive delivery services. Broadband
The capacity of a telecom line to carry signals. The necessary bandwidth is the amount of spectrum required to transmit the signal without distortion or loss of information. FCC rules require suppression of the signal outside the band to prevent interference. Bandwidth
In the telecommunications arena, the term used to describe a telephone company. Common Carrier
Also called electronic mail, refers to messages sent over the Internet. E-mail can be sent and received via newer types of wireless phones, but you generally need to have a specific e-mail account. email
A signaling method that varies the carrier frequency in proportion to the amplitude of the modulating signal. Frequency Modulation
A US satellite system that lets those on the ground, on the water or in the air determine their position with extreme accuracy using GPS receivers. GPS
An improved television system which provides approximately twice the vertical and horizontal resolution of existing television standards. It also provides audio quality approaching that of compact discs. HDTV
Traditional wired phone service. Landline
Any connection of two or more computers that enables them to communicate. Networks may include transmission devices, servers, cables, routers and satellites. The phone network is the total infrastructure for transmitting phone messages. Network
A radio relay station that orbits the earth. A complete satellite communications system also includes earth stations that communicate with each other via the satellite. The satellite receives a signal transmitted by an originating earth station and retransmits that signal to the destination earth station(s). Satellites are used to transmit telephone, television and data signals originated by common carriers, broadcasters and distributors of cable TV program material. Satellite
The range of electromagnetic radio frequencies used in the transmission of sound, data and television. Spectrum
The word used to describe the science of transmitting voice over a telecommunications network. Telephony
Federal Communications Commission FCC

cisco chapter 4 crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The signals are patterns of electrical pulses. Copper cables
The signals are patterns of light. Fiber optic cable
The signals are patterns of microwave transmissions. Wireless
a disturbance caused by the electric or magnetic fields of a signal on one wire to the signal in an adjacent wire. Crosstalk
what can distort and corrupt the data signals being carried by copper media EMI/RFI
What is a UTP? unshielded twisted pair
what is a STP? Shielded twisted par
Coaxial cables attach antennas to wireless devices. Wireless installations
Cable service providers provide Internet connectivity to their customers by replacing portions of the coaxial cable and supporting amplification elements with fiber-optic cable cable internet installations
what is it when When two wires in an electrical circuit are placed close together, their magnetic fields are the exact opposite of each other cancellation
what is the most common networking cable Ethernet Straight through
what is a cable used to interconnect similar devices Ethernet Crossover
A Cisco proprietary cable used to connect a workstation to a router or switch console port. Rollover
what is used for backbone cabling applications and interconnecting infrastructure devices. Enterprise Networks
what does FTTH stand for Fiber-to-the-home
Used by service providers to connect countries and cities. Long-Haul Networks
Used to provide reliable high-speed, high-capacity solutions capable of surviving in harsh undersea environments up to transoceanic distances Submarine Cable Networks
What is a SMF? single mode fiber
what is a MMF multimode fiber
what is it called when fiber-optic media are not precisely aligned to one another when joined. Misalignment
what is it when the media does not completely touch at the splice or connection. End gap
what is it when The media ends are not well polished, or dirt is present at the termination. End finish
Wireless data communication technologies work well in open environments Coverage Area
When a wireless communication gets uninterrupted Interference
Have to have a password to get in Security
What is LLC? Logical Link Control
What is a MAC Media Access Control

Wireless Networks Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

companies that offer Internet service Internet Service Providers
device used to connect to the Internet modem
used to share an Internet connection with more than one computer router
device that connects to a router and offers several receptacles that share the same signal hub
computer network that can be accessed without wires or cables by receiving a short-range radio signal wireless network
standard widely used to implement Wireless Local Area Networks IEEE 802.11
trade group that promotes wireless technology Wi-Fi Alliance
Wireless Local Area Networks WLANs
term used to describe any networking technology with a higher bandwidth than older technologies Broadband
allows for high–speed connections between major parts of a network network backbones
businesses that can have their own dedicated backbone that only carries their data in a point-to-point manner wide–area ring backbone
programs used by these computing devices to let users do all kinds of things, from using calendars and efficiency tools to playing games and reading e-books Applications
allows users to store items like photos, videos, music, documents, and even applications in a place they can access using the Internet Cloud computing
companies that offer Internet service ISPs
access the Internet from many locations advantage Mobility
less expensive because each device no longer needs its own cable advantage cost
access the Internet with a network password or a subscription to a broadband Internet service advantage Security
can connect to the Internet anywhere their devices can receive a signal, as long as the signal is from the Internet service they subscribe to advantage Access
need more technical skill than just plugging a cable into a computer's port disadvantage skilled labor
Unauthorized users and unwanted intruders access the network more easily disadvantage Authorization
Wi–Fi and broadband are not as fast as wired connections disadvantage Speed
The greater the distance between the router and the computing device, the slower the speed disadvantage Signal Strength
Wireless networks have more interference issues than wired networks do, disadvantage Interference