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Ethernet in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishEthernetE‧ther‧net /ˈiːθənet $ -ər-/ noun [uncountable] trademark  TDa system used for connecting computer networks
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EthernetThe result is that different networks such as ARCnet and Ethernet can be tied together into a single LANtastic internet.Both types of Ethernet cable have a similar construction.But the Xircom Pocket Ethernet regularly outperforms its competitors in tests.Surprisingly though, in the normal configuration all of these parallel processors are linked by a standard Ethernet local area network.There are basically three types of network cable: thick Ethernet, thin Ethernet and twisted pair.A final outer plastic sheath completes the wire. Ethernet cables are very similar to television aerial coaxial cable.