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    electrically how is a packet sent through the network? what type of signal it is??

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    Write better thread titles; more than one word.

    I suggest you start with "computer networking" in wikipedia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f0rest View Post
    electrically how is a packet sent through the network? what type of signal it is??
    I teach an entire class about this - costs $1500 USD for 7 weeks, 2 sessions / week, 4 hours per session. It's worth 4 undergraduate credit hours...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubberman View Post
    I teach an entire class about this - costs $1500 USD for 7 weeks, 2 sessions / week, 4 hours per session. It's worth 4 undergraduate credit hours...
    So, this is a homework question. Interesting.
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