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A Manager's Guide to Telecommunications. by Gandoff, Martin.;
Front Cover -- A Manager's Guide to Telecommunications -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Communication and computers -- The development of voice and data transmission -- A review of data processing -- A classification of software -- Chapter 2. Transmission technology and techniques -- Introduction -- Communication concepts and techniques -- Types of conversation -- Transmission modes -- Voice and data transmission -- Line speeds, bandwidth and modulation -- Baseband and broadband -- Matching unequal speeds -- Modems and other data transmission hardware -- Data transmission media -- Error detection and correction -- Chapter 3. Networks and exchanges -- British Telecom, Mercury and liberalisation -- The telephone system -- Switch technologies -- The PABX -- Packet switching -- BT Packet Switchstream facilities -- Other X-Stream facilities -- Multistream -- Integrated services -- Chapter 4. Telephone and telephone-linked facilities -- Telephone user facilities -- Featurephones, telephone systems and exchanges -- Linkline 0800/0345 -- Voice messaging -- Call management/logging -- Tonto/Qwertyphone/Displayphone -- Cellular telephone -- Trunked radio -- Telephone data entry, voice response -- Chapter 5. Text and document transmission -- The techniques -- Data and text -- Telex -- Electronic mail -- Télétex -- MHS -- Facsimile transmission (fax) -- Error indication and auto-disconnect -- Chapter 6. On-line data base access and viewdata -- What is viewdata? -- Types of dialogue -- Viewdata features -- Prestel -- VDU display techniques -- Viewdata services -- Private viewdata or Prestel? -- Corporate viewdata systems -- Datastream -- Effem Management Services -- The Philips HCS 110 -- Chapter 7 Local Area Networks (LANs) -- What is a Local Area Network (LAN)? -- Media and transmission techniques.Network topologies -- Access techniques -- Ethernet, Omninet and Novele -- Selecting an LAN -- Appendix 1: Mercury -- Appendix 2: Northern Telecom -- Appendix 3: Value-added Networks -- Appendix 4: Protocols and standards -- Appendix 5: The ISO 7-layer model -- Appendix 6: Glossary of useful terms -- Index.A Manager's Guide to Telecommunications discusses the basic principles of various telecommunications equipment that can be utilized in management practice. The book also covers the techniques, relevance, and selection of different telecommunication devices. The text first covers communication and computers, and then proceeds to tackling transmission technology and techniques. The next chapter covers networks and exchanges, while the succeeding two chapters discuss voice and text communication, respectively. The last two chapters talk about database on-line database and local area networks, successively. The book will be of great use to those in management positions who wish to learn more about the various telecommunications equipment.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Office practice -- Automation.; Office practice;
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A Manager's Guide to Telecommunications. by Gandoff, Martin.;
Front Cover -- A Manager's Guide to Telecommunications -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Communication and computers -- The development of voice and data transmission -- A review of data processing -- A classification of software -- Chapter 2. Transmission technology and techniques -- Introduction -- Communication concepts and techniques -- Types of conversation -- Transmission modes -- Voice and data transmission -- Line speeds, bandwidth and modulation -- Baseband and broadband -- Matching unequal speeds -- Modems and other data transmission hardware -- Data transmission media -- Error detection and correction -- Chapter 3. Networks and exchanges -- British Telecom, Mercury and liberalisation -- The telephone system -- Switch technologies -- The PABX -- Packet switching -- BT Packet Switchstream facilities -- Other X-Stream facilities -- Multistream -- Integrated services -- Chapter 4. Telephone and telephone-linked facilities -- Telephone user facilities -- Featurephones, telephone systems and exchanges -- Linkline 0800/0345 -- Voice messaging -- Call management/logging -- Tonto/Qwertyphone/Displayphone -- Cellular telephone -- Trunked radio -- Telephone data entry, voice response -- Chapter 5. Text and document transmission -- The techniques -- Data and text -- Telex -- Electronic mail -- Télétex -- MHS -- Facsimile transmission (fax) -- Error indication and auto-disconnect -- Chapter 6. On-line data base access and viewdata -- What is viewdata? -- Types of dialogue -- Viewdata features -- Prestel -- VDU display techniques -- Viewdata services -- Private viewdata or Prestel? -- Corporate viewdata systems -- Datastream -- Effem Management Services -- The Philips HCS 110 -- Chapter 7 Local Area Networks (LANs) -- What is a Local Area Network (LAN)? -- Media and transmission techniques.Network topologies -- Access techniques -- Ethernet, Omninet and Novele -- Selecting an LAN -- Appendix 1: Mercury -- Appendix 2: Northern Telecom -- Appendix 3: Value-added Networks -- Appendix 4: Protocols and standards -- Appendix 5: The ISO 7-layer model -- Appendix 6: Glossary of useful terms -- Index.A Manager's Guide to Telecommunications discusses the basic principles of various telecommunications equipment that can be utilized in management practice. The book also covers the techniques, relevance, and selection of different telecommunication devices. The text first covers communication and computers, and then proceeds to tackling transmission technology and techniques. The next chapter covers networks and exchanges, while the succeeding two chapters discuss voice and text communication, respectively. The last two chapters talk about database on-line database and local area networks, successively. The book will be of great use to those in management positions who wish to learn more about the various telecommunications equipment.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Office practice -- Automation.; Office practice;
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Police officer practice : memorization & visualization 3. by LearningExpress (Organization)(SAGE)1885306;
System requirements: Windows XP: current versions of Chrome or Firefox ; Windows 7: Internet Explorer 8 or 9, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Windows 8: Internet Explorer 10, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Mac OS X: current versions of Safari, Firefox, or Chrome ; JavaScript and cookies enabled.Text (Electronic publication).You have 15 minutes to study the memory material at the beginning of the exam before starting the practice test, which begins with questions about what you have memorized. The memory questions are divided into two distinct forms of memorization. The first part contains wanted posters and the second part is an article on law enforcement concerns about the dangers of text messaging while driving. After reviewing the posters and reading the article for a total of 15 minutes for both sections, answer the test questions about the material. To create the same conditions as the actual test, do not refer back to the stimuli to answer the questions.
Subjects: Law enforcement; Police; Civil service; Educational tests and measurements; Adult education;
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How to Pass Higher Administration and IT. by Bradley, Anne.; Stephenson, Adam.;
Cover -- Book title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- Component 1 Administrative theory and practice -- Chapter 1 Factors contributing to the eeffctiveness of the administrative practices within an organisation -- Chapter 2 Customer care in administration -- Chapter 3 Eeffctively managing information -- Component 2 IT solutions for administrators -- Chapter 4 Use of complex functions of a spreadsheet to support administrative tasks -- Chapter 5 Use of complex functions of a database to support administrative tasks -- Chapter 6 Use of complex functions of word processing to support administrative tasks -- Chapter 7 Communicating complex information to a range of audiences using IT -- Suggested solutions to exam-style written questions -- Final IT assignment - a worked example -- Appendices -- Appendix 1 Understanding standards -- Appendix 2 Solution to calculated fields -- Appendix 3 How to create a large document -- Appendix 4 Manuscript correction signs.Exam Board: SQA Level: Higher Subject: Administration & IT First Teaching: August 2018 First Exam: May 2019 Get your best grade with comprehensive course notes and advice from Scotland's top experts, fully updated for the latest changes to SQA Higher assessment. How to Pass Higher Administration & IT Second Edition contains all the advice and support you need to revise successfully for your Higher exam. It combines an overview of the course syllabus with advice from top experts on how to improve exam performance, so you have the best chance of success. - Revise confidently with up-to-date guidance tailored to the latest SQA assessment changes - Refresh your knowledge with comprehensive, tailored subject notes - Prepare for the exam with top tips and hints on revision techniques - Get your best grade with advice on how to gain those vital extra marks.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Office practice-Examinations, questions, etc.;
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Police officer practice. by LearningExpress (Organization)(SAGE)1885306;
System requirements: Windows XP: current versions of Chrome or Firefox ; Windows 7: Internet Explorer 8 or 9, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Windows 8: Internet Explorer 10, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Mac OS X: current versions of Safari, Firefox, or Chrome ; JavaScript and cookies enabled.Text (Electronic publication).This 15-question practice test will help you stay on track to reach your goal of becoming a police officer. It assesses your vocabulary skills, one of eight areas typically included in the written portion of the police officer's exam.
Subjects: Law enforcement; Police; Civil service; Vocabulary; Examinations; Educational tests and measurements; Adult education;
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Police officer practice. by LearningExpress (Organization)(SAGE)1885306;
System requirements: Windows XP: current versions of Chrome or Firefox ; Windows 7: Internet Explorer 8 or 9, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Windows 8: Internet Explorer 10, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Mac OS X: current versions of Safari, Firefox, or Chrome ; JavaScript and cookies enabled.Text (Electronic publication).This is the first of two sets of spelling questions designed to help candidates prepare for an ucoming police officer exam. Although police officer exams vary throughout the country, there are typically eight types of questions found on the written portion of the test. The questions involve judgment and problem solving; verbal ability; vocabulary; spelling; writing and clarity of writing; number and letter recall; reading comprehension, and memorization and visualization. This practice test contain 15 questions that test spelling skills.
Subjects: Law enforcement; Police; Civil service; Examinations; Educational tests and measurements; Adult education;
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Police officer practice. by LearningExpress (Organization)(SAGE)1885306;
System requirements: Windows XP: current versions of Chrome or Firefox ; Windows 7: Internet Explorer 8 or 9, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Windows 8: Internet Explorer 10, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Mac OS X: current versions of Safari, Firefox, or Chrome ; JavaScript and cookies enabled.Text (Electronic publication).This is the second of two sets of spelling questions designed to help candidates prepare for an ucoming police officer exam. Although police officer exams vary throughout the country, there are typically eight types of questions found on the written portion of the test. The questions involve judgment and problem solving; verbal ability; vocabulary; spelling; writing and clarity of writing; number and letter recall; reading comprehension, and memorization and visualization. This practice test contain 15 questions that test spelling skills.
Subjects: Law enforcement; Police; Civil service; Examinations; Educational tests and measurements; Adult education;
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Police officer practice. by LearningExpress (Organization)(SAGE)1885306;
System requirements: Windows XP: current versions of Chrome or Firefox ; Windows 7: Internet Explorer 8 or 9, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Windows 8: Internet Explorer 10, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Mac OS X: current versions of Safari, Firefox, or Chrome ; JavaScript and cookies enabled.Text (Electronic publication).This is the first of two sets of vocabulary questions designed to help candidates prepare for an ucoming police officer exam. Although police officer exams vary throughout the country, there are typically eight types of questions found on the written portion of the test. The questions involve judgment and problem solving; verbal ability; vocabulary; spelling; writing and clarity of writing; number and letter recall; reading comprehension, and memorization and visualization. This practice test contain 15 questions that test a candidate's vocabulary skills.
Subjects: Law enforcement; Police; Civil service; Examinations; Educational tests and measurements; Adult education;
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Police officer practice. by LearningExpress (Organization)(SAGE)1885306;
System requirements: Windows XP: current versions of Chrome or Firefox ; Windows 7: Internet Explorer 8 or 9, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Windows 8: Internet Explorer 10, or current versions of Firefox or Chrome ; Mac OS X: current versions of Safari, Firefox, or Chrome ; JavaScript and cookies enabled.Text (Electronic publication).This is the second of two sets of vocabulary questions designed to help candidates prepare for an ucoming police officer exam. Although police officer exams vary throughout the country, there are typically eight types of questions found on the written portion of the test. The questions involve judgment and problem solving; verbal ability; vocabulary; spelling; writing and clarity of writing; number and letter recall; reading comprehension, and memorization and visualization. This practice test contain 15 questions that test a candidate's vocabulary skills.
Subjects: Law enforcement; Police; Civil service; Examinations; Educational tests and measurements; Adult education;
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Best Practice Workplace Checklist [electronic resource (video)] / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Video Education Australasia(SAGE)1969292;
Provide Clear Expectations (2:55) -- Quality Environment (0:38) -- Right People & Pay (0:37) -- Opportunities to Use Skills (1:19) -- Supportive Workplace Relationships (1:09) -- Pride and Commitment (1:29) -- People Have Their Say (1:32) -- Feedback and Recognition (1:14) -- Fun in the Workplace (1:08) -- Learning and Development (2:10) -- Credits: Best Practice Workplace Checklist (0:15)In order for businesses to succeed, leaders need to create excellent workplaces where people are satisfied and productivity is high. This video highlights the top 10 strategies to ensure the best kind of environment for all employees.11 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Office management; Office practice; Organizational behavior; Technology;
© [2012], c2007., Films Media Group,
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