This Bite Size module takes a fascinating look at Local Area Networks
An obvious question to ask is 'is it a network?' That of course depends on your own definition of the word 'network' However, if the analogy of a road or rail network is used, you will see that a LAN, for example, is not actually a network at all. A road network provides alternative routes between geographic points, which are instantly available to a traveller. The same goes for the rail network.
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Local Area Networks - Bitesize
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