"Lenovo Pro Wired Stereo VOIP Headset - Headset - On-Ear - kabelgebunden - Schwarz - für IdeaPad 3 14ARE05; ThinkCentre M80; ThinkPad L14 Gen 1; X13 Yoga Gen 1; V35s 07"
- Produkttyp: Headset - kabelgebunden - Empfohlene Verwendung: Telefon, Computer - Farbe: Schwarz - Kopfhörer-Formfaktor: On-Ear - Anschlusstechnik: Kabelgebunden - Soundmodus: Stereo - Audiospezifikationen: Frequenzbereich 150 - 7000 Hz - Impedanz: 32 Ohm - Mikrofon: Mikrofonbaum - Mikrofontechnologie: Elektret-Kondensator - Bedienungselement: Stummtaste, Lautstärkeregler, Annehmen/Beenden - Herstellergarantie: 1 Jahr Garantie - Entwickelt für: ThinkBook 13; 14; 15; ThinkPad A485; E15; E580; L380; L380...
Meistern Sie ihren Tag mit dem Pro VoIP HeadsetDie sich ständig verändernden Arbeitsplätze von heute erfordern dynamische Geräte. Das kabelgebundene Stereo-VoIP-Headset Lenovo Pro ist genau das. Im 'Arbeitsmodus' werden Sie Skype für Unternehmen genießen. Der Play-Modus gewährt Ihnen leichte 3,5mm Plug-and-Play-Konnektivität zu jedem Gerät mit robustem Sound für Ihre Lieblingsmusik
3.7" 360x160-pixel graphical LCD with backlight Adjustable LCD screen Bluetooth via Bt40 Wi-Fi via Wf40/wf50 USB 2.0 port for USB recording, wired/wireless USB headsets and Exp50 Up to 12 VoIP accounts Dual-port Gigabit Ethernet PoE support HAC Handset Pa
>Features- Clever wired and wireless network solution for individual hotel guest rooms- The world-s first wall-plate AP design that can be mounted on wall plates or directly in anywhere- Equipped with smart antenna which is proven able to mitigate interference from neighboring APs- Enterprise-class 2x2 802.11ac AP supporting combined data rates of up to 1.2 Gbps- Three downlink Gigabit Ethernet ports, including one with PoE to power for VoIP phones or other devices>Details>Support data rate: - 802.11 a/g: 1, 2, 5.5, 6, 9, 11, 12, 18, 24,36, 48, and 54 Mbps- 802.11n: p to 300 Mbps in MCS15(40 MHz; GI = 400 ns)- 802.11ac: up to 866 Mbps in MCS9(80 MHz; 2 spatial streams; GI = 400 ns)>802.11n/ac premium features- 2x2 multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) with two spatial streams- Maximal ratio combining (MRC)- 20-,40- and 80-MHz channels- PHY data rates up to 300 + 866 Mbps- Packet aggregation: A-MPDU (Tx/Rx), A-MSDU (Tx/Rx)- Cyclic Delay diversity (CSD) support>Antenna gain- 5dBi/5dBi>Number of LAN ports- Uplink:1 x 100/1000 Mbps POE port (PD)- Downlink:3 x 100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 (including one PoE PSE)- PoE: yes>WLAN security and privacy- Supported WEP- WPA/WPA2-Enterprise- WMM, multiple EAP types- IEEE802.1X- MAC filtering- Layer-2 isolation- SRADIUS authentication and more encryption supported when working with Zyxel NXC controller series
Do you want to learn how to set up a new network? Do you want to learn more about network security? If you want to know more about computer networking, then pay attention.Computer networking has been around for ages, starting from the wired to the present wireless systems. We have been able to do justice to everything you need to kick-start your knowledge of computer networking in this audiobook. Getting familiar with the components and implementing your own networks should come easier. Networking of computers requires so many infrastructures for a seamless operation. The various types of network structures require different parts. These will be looked at extensively in the course of this audiobook.Physical network infrastructures are needed for a computer network that include but are not limited to switches, routers, wireless access points, etc. There is also some underlying firmware that makes these infrastructures function correctly. Other than the physical systems, there is also the needed software deployed to monitor, manage, and secure the network.For advanced networks, there is a need for standard protocols, which are designed to perform numerous discrete functions. These protocols are also used to communicate different data types, irrespective of the underlying hardware. For instance, in the telephone system, a voice over IP (VoIP) can bring about the transportation of IP telephony traffic from one point to another once these points support the protocol. This is also similar to what occurs in the browser, with the HTTP providing portals to accessing web pages. Also, over an IP-based network, the IP protocols to transport data and services, since there is protocol compatibility.This guide will focus on the following:Types of computer networkingComponents of a networkMobile networksWired network technologyHow to automate the network?Introduction to IP addressing/li 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Brooks. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/186438/bk_acx0_186438_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.