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Different types of Computer Networks-tccicomputercoaching.com

Different types of Computer Networks

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1. Personal Area Network (PAN)

The smallest and most basic type of network, a PAN is made up of a wireless  modem, a computer or two, phones, printers, tablets, etc., and revolves around one person in one building.

2. Local Area Network(LAN)

LAN is a small and single site network. A LAN connects network devices over a relatively short distance.

3. Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)

A Wan is a geographically dispersed collection of LAN’s. The Internet can be considered a WAN as well. A WAN like Internet, can expand most of the World. A network device called a router connects LAN’s to a WAN.

4. Metropolitan Area Network (MAN)

It is a data network designed for a town or city. It connects an area larger than a LAN, but  smaller than a WAN, such as a city, with dedicated or high performance hardware. Its main purpose is to share hardware and software resources by the various users.

5. Wide Area Network (WAN)

His allows computers and low-voltage devices to be remotely connected to  each other over one large network to communicate even when they’re miles  apart.

The Internet is the most basic example of a WAN, connecting all computers together around the world.

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