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Back end: A server in a client/server networking environment.

Backbone: A single cable segment used in a bus topology to connect computers in a straight line.

Bandwidth: This refers to how much data you can send through a network or modem connection. It is usually measured in bits per second or "bps." A good analogy for bandwidth is a highway with cars travelling on it. The highway is the network connection and the cars are the data. The wider the highway, the more cars can travel on it at one time. Therefore more cars can get to their destinations faster. It's the same principle with computer data; the more bandwidth, the more information that can be transferred at one time.

Barrel connector: Used in Ethernet 10Base2 (thinnet) networks to connect two cable segments.

Base I/O port: The memory address where the CPU and an adapter check for messages that they leave for each other.

Base memory address: The memory address at which the transfer area between the computer's main memory and a NIC's buffers begin, bounded by the size of its extent.

Baseband transmission: A technology that uses digital signals sent over a cable without modulation. It sends binary values (0s and 1s) as pulses of different voltage levels.

Baseline: A measurement of network performance over time against which a current performance can be measured.

Basic Rate Interface (BRI): An ISDN implementation that provides two 64 Kbps B-channels. Generally used for remote connections.

Baud: Baud is not a direct measurement of data transfer speed, but instead it measures how many electrical signals are sent per second. Baud is used to measure the rate of electrical signals, or "signaling elements," for modems, networks, serial cables, and other data transfer mediums. Some people think that baud and bits per second are equal. For example, they'll say a 28,800 bps modem transmits at 28,800 baud, and act like they know everything. But the fact is, most modems transmit multiple bits of data per baud, so while the the two values are related, they are typically not equal. So the next time your friend says his 56K v.90 modem can transfer data at 56,000 baud, you can kindly tell him that he is incorrect and explain to him the difference between baud and bps.

Beaconing: The signal transmitted on a token ring network to inform networked computers that token passing has stopped due to an error.

Bend radius: For network cabling the bend radius describes the maximum arc that a segment of cable may be bent over some unit length, typically one foot or meter, without incurring damage.

Beta software: Before a commercial software program is released to the public, it usually goes through a "beta" phase. During this stage, the software is tested for bugs, crashes, errors, inconsistencies, and any other problems. Though beta versions of software used to be made available only to developers, they are now sometimes made available for the general public to test, usually through the software company's web site. However, because beta software is free, the programs usually expire after a period of time. If you choose to test a beta software program, don't be surprised if it has multiple problems and causes your computer to repeatedly crash. After all, it is the beta version. You can tell if a program is still in beta by checking the program's properties. If there is a "b" in the version number (i.e. Version: 1.2 b3) that means it's a beta version.

Binary: Binary is a two-digit (Base-2) numerical system, which computers use to store data and compute functions. The reason computers use the binary system is because digital switches inside the computer can only be set to either on or off, which are represented by a 1 or 0. Though the binary system consists of only ones and zeros, the two digits can be used to represent any number.

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A single 0 in binary represents zero.
A single 1 represents (2^0) or 1.
10 represents (2^1) or 2.
11 represents (2^1 + 2^0) or 3.
100 represents (2^2) or 4.
101 represents (2^2 + 2^0) or 5.
110 represents (2^2 + 2^1) or 6.
111 represents (2^2 + 2^1 + 2^0) or 7.
1000 represents (2^3) or 8, and so on.

Binary Synchronous (bisync) communications: A synchronous communications protocol.

Binding: The OS-level association of NICs, protocols and services to maximize performance through the correlation of related components.

BIOS: "Basic Input/Output System" Most people don't need to ever mess with the BIOS on a computer but it can be helpful to know what it is. The BIOS is a program pre-installed on Windows-based computers (not on Macs) that the computer uses to start up. The CPU accesses the BIOS even before the operating system is loaded. The BIOS then checks all your hardware connections and locates all your devices. If everything is OK the BIOS loads the operating system into the computer's memory and finishes the boot-up process. Since the BIOS manages the hard drives, it can't reside on one, and since it is available before the computer boots up, it can't live in the RAM. So where can this amazing, yet elusive BIOS be found? It is actually located in the ROM (Read-Only Memory) of the computer. More specifically, it resides in an eraseable programmable read-only memory (EPROM) chip. So, as soon as you turn your computer on, the CPU accesses the EPROM and gives control to the BIOS. The BIOS also is used after the computer has booted up. It acts as an intermediary between the CPU and the I/O (input/output) devices. Because of the BIOS, your programs and your operating system don't have to know exact details (like hardware addresses) about the I/O devices attached to your PC. When device details change, only the BIOS needs to be updated. You can make these changes by entering the BIOS when your system starts up. To access the BIOS, hold down the proper key (delete, F2, etc.) as soon as your computer begins to start up.

Bis: A French term for second which describes the second version of an ITU standard.

Bit: The computer term "bit" comes from the phrase "Binary DigIT." A bit is a single digit number in base-2 (a zero or a one) and is the smallest unit of computer data. A full page of text is composed of about 16,000 bits. It is important not to confuse bits with bytes. Both are used to measure amounts of data, but it takes eight bits to make one byte. The most common area where bits are used intstead of bytes is in measuring bandwidth (as in bits per second). Abbreviation: "b".

Bitmap: The images you see on your computer are composed of bitmaps. A bitmap is a map of dots, or bits (hence the name), that looks like a picture as long you are sitting a reasonable distance away from the screen. Common bitmap filetypes include BMP (the raw bitmap format), JPEG, GIF, PICT, PCX, and TIFF. Because bitmap images are made up of a bunch of dots, if you zoom in on a bitmap, it appears to be very blocky. Vector graphics (created in programs such as Freehand, Illustrator, or CorelDraw) can scale larger without getting blocky.

Blog: Short for "web log," this term refers to a list of journal entries posted on a web page. Anybody who knows how to create and publish a web page can publish their own blog. Some web hosts have made it even easier by creating an interface where users can simply type a text entry and hit "publish" to publish their blog. Because of the simplicity of creating a blog, many people (often young kids and adults) have found a new presence on the web. Instead of writing confidential entries in a book that no one is supposed to see, people now can share their personal feelings and experiences with thousands of people around the world. Blogs are typically updated daily, monthly, or anywhere in between. "Blog" may also be used as a verb, as in "Wow, Matt sure blogged a lot last week."

Bluetooth: This is a technology that enables wireless communication between Bluetooth-compatible devices. It is used for short-range connections between desktop and laptop computers, PDAs (like the Palm Pilot or Handspring Visor), digital cameras, scanners, cellular phones, and printers. Infrared once served the same purpose as Bluetooth, but it had a number of drawbacks. For example, if there was an object placed between the two communicating devices, the transmission would be interrupted. (You may have noticed this limitation when using a television remote control). Also, the Infrared-based communication was slow and devices were often incompatible with each other. Bluetooth takes care of all these limitations. Because the technology is based on radio waves, there can be objects or even walls placed between the communicating devices and the connection won't be disrupted. Also, Bluetooth uses a standard 2.4 GHz frequency so that all Bluetooth-enabled devices will be compatible with each other. The only drawback of Bluetooth is that, because of its high frequency, its range is limited to 30 feet. While this is easily enough for transferring data within the same room, if you are walking in your back yard and want to transfer the address book from your cell phone to your computer in your basement, you might be out of luck. However, the short range can be seen as a positive aspect as well, since it adds to the security of Bluetooth communication.

Bookmark: Similar to a real-life bookmark an Internet bookmark acts as a marker for a web site. (In Internet Explorer they're called "Favorites".) When using a web browser, you can simply select a bookmark from the browser's Bookmarks menu to go to a certain site. This way, you don't have to go through the redundant process of typing in the Internet address (URL) each time you visit one of your favorite sites. Also, who remembers those 200-character addresses anyway? In most browsers, to create a bookmark, you simply choose "Add Bookmark" from the Bookmarks menu when you're at a page that you'd like to bookmark.

Boolean: This is the logic that computers use to determine if a statement is true or false. There are 4 main boolean operators: AND, NOT, OR, and XOR. Below are some examples of how the 4 operators work:

x AND y retuns True if both x and y are true, otherwise the expression returns False.
NOT x returns True if x is false (or null) and False if x is true.
x OR y returns True if either x or y or both are true; only if they are both false will it return False.
x XOR y returns True if either x or y are true, but not both. If x and y are both true or false, the statement will return False.

While boolean expressions are what drive the CPUs in computers, they can also be used by computer users. For example, when searching for information on the web, many search engines accept boolean operators in the search phrases (i.e. "Yamaha AND piano NOT motorcycle"). Programmers often use boolean expressions in software development to control loops and variables as well.

Boot PROM: A special programmable chip that includes enough software to permit a computer to boot sufficiently and access the network. From there it can download an operating system to finish the boot process.

Boot up: The process a computer goes through when starting.

Bot: This is an automated software program that can execute certain commands when it receives a specific input (like a ro-"bot"). Bots are most often seen at work in the Internet-related areas of online chat and web searching. The online chat bots do things like greet people when they enter a chat room, advertise web sites, and kick people out of chat rooms when they violate the chat room rules. Web searching bots, also known as spiders and crawlers, search the web and retrieve millions of HTML documents, then record the information and links found on the pages. From there they generate electronic catalogs of the sites that have been "spidered." These catalogs make up the index of sites that are used for search engine results.

bps: "Bits Per Second" The "b" is lowercase because it stands for bits, not bytes. Bits per second is the standard way of measuring how fast data moves across a network or phone system. For example, a 56K modem can hypothetically transfer data at 56,700 bits per second.

Braiding: A woven mesh or metallic wires, usually either copper or steel, wrapped around the outside of one or more conductive cables. It provides shielding against EMI, RFI and crosstalk from other cables.

Bridge: In computer networking bridges connect two or more local area networks (LANs) together. Data uses the bridge to travel to and from different areas of the network. The device is similar to a router but it does not analyze the data being forwarded. Because of this, bridges are typically fast at transferring data, but not as versatile as a router. For example, a bridge could not be used as a firewall. A bridge can transfer data between different protocols (i.e. a Token Ring and Ethernet network) and operates at the "data link layer" or level 2 of the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) networking reference model.

Bridging table: A reference table created by a bridge to track hardware addresses and which network segment each address is on.

British Naval Connector (BNC): Also known bayonet nut connector, bayonet navy connector or bayonet Neill-Councelman connector. This is a matching pair of coaxial cable connectors, male and female. The female connector consists of a ferrule around a hollow pin with a pair of guideposts on the outside. The male connector consists of a rotating, locking wire nut, with an inner sleeve with two channels that match the female connector's guideposts. A pin profects from the center of the male connector and mates with the hollow pin in the center of the female connector, while the guideposts and locking wire nut ensure a tight, well-seated connection.

Broadband: This refers to high-speed data transmission in which a single cable can carry a large amount of data at once. The most common types of Internet broadband connections are cable modems (which use the same connection as cable TV) and DSL modems (which use your existing phone line). Because of its multiple channel capacity, broadband has started to replace baseband, the single-channel technology originally used in most computer networks.

Broadband optical telepoint network: An implementation of infrared wireless networking that supports broadband services equal to those provided by a cabled network.

Broadband transmission: An analog transmission technique which may use multiple communication channels simultaneously. Each data channel is represented by modulation on a particular frequency band for which sending and receiving equipment must be tuned.

Broadcast: A technique that uses a transmitter to send signals, such as network data, through a communications medium. For wireless networks this involves sending signals through the atmosphere rather than over a cable.

Broadcast packet: A packet type whose destination address specifies all computers on a network or network segment.

Broadcast storm: Phenomenon that occurs when a network device malfunctions and floods the network with broadcast packets.

Brouter: A networking device that combines the best functionality of a bridge and a router. It routes packets that include Network layer information and bridges all other packets.

Browser: It's what you're probably using to read this right now. A web browser, often just called a "browser," is the program people use to access the World Wide Web. It interprets HTML code including text, images, hypertext links, Javascript, and Java applets. After rendering the HTML code, the browser displays a nicely formatted page. Some common browsers are Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Communicator, and Apple Safari.

Buffer: This is a small amount of data that is stored for a short amount of time, typically in the computer's memory (RAM). The purpose of a buffer is to hold data right before it is used. For example, when you download an audio or video file from the Internet, it may load the first 20% of it into a buffer and then begin to play. While the clip plays back, the computer continually downloads the rest of the clip and stores it in the buffer. Because the clip is being played from the buffer, not directly from the Internet, there is less of a chance that the audio or video will stall or skip when there is network congestion. Buffering is used to improve many other areas of computer performance as well. Most hard disks use a buffer to enable more efficient access to the data on the disk. Video cards send images to a buffer before they are displayed on the screen (known as a screen buffer). Computer programs use buffers to store data while they are running. If it were not for buffers computers would run a lot less efficiently and we would be waiting around a lot more.

Burn: This term is used to describe writing data to a CD or DVD. If you were taking an SAT test, the analogy would look something like this:

Hard Disk : Write ::
CD/DVD : Burn

The reason the term "burn" is used is because the CD-writer, or burner, literally burns the data onto a writable CD. The laser in a CD-writer can be cranked up to a more powerful level than an ordinary CD-ROM laser. This enables it to engrave thousands of 1's and 0's onto a CD. So that is why people talk about "burning" songs or files to CDs. They could just say they are "writing" the data to a CD, and it would make sense, but people seem to think "burning" sounds cooler.

Bus: 1. A major network topology in which the computers connect to a backbone cable segment to form a straight line. 2. Also called the bus architecture, a specialized collection of parallel lines in a PC used to ship data between the CPU and peripheral devices and, occasionally, from one peripheral device to another. One or both adapters involved must have bus-mastering capabilities.

Bus-mastering: The quality of an adapter card's circuitry that allows it to take possession of a computer's bus and coordinate data transfers without requiring any service from the computer's CPU.

Bus width: The number of parallel lines that make up a particular kind of computer bus. For example, ISA supports 8-bit and 16-bit bus widths, EISA and MCA support 16-bit and 32-bit bus widths, and PCI supports 32-bit and 64-bit bus widths.

Byte: This is a set of 8 bits that represent a single character in the computer's memory. Bytes are typically used to measure hard disk storage and computer memory (megabytes, gigabytes, terabytes, exabytes, etc.) Abbreviation: "B".

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