IGNOU BCS-41 - Fundamentals of Computer Networks

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IGNOU BCS-41 Code Details

  • University IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University)
  • Title Fundamentals of Computer Networks
  • Language(s) English
  • Code BCS-41
  • Subject Computer Application
  • Degree(s) BCA
  • Course Core Courses (CC)

IGNOU BCS-41 English Topics Covered

Block 1 - Concepts of Communication and Networking

  • Unit 1 - Basics of Data Communication
  • Unit 2 - Modulation and Encoding
  • Unit 3 - Multiplexing and Switching
  • Unit 4 - Communication Mediums

Block 2 - Networks and Devices

  • Unit 1 - Network Classifications and Topologies
  • Unit 2 - OSI and TCP/IP Models
  • Unit 3 - Physical and Data Link Layer
  • Unit 4 - Internet Working Devices

Block 3 - Network Transport and Application Layer

  • Unit 1 - Network Layer
  • Unit 2 - Transport Layer
  • Unit 3 - Application Layer
  • Unit 4 - Network Applications

Block 4 - Network Design & Security

  • Unit 1 - Building A Simple Network
  • Unit 2 - Introduction to Network Architectures
  • Unit 3 - Introduction to Wireless and Mobile Networks
  • Unit 4 - Network Security
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IGNOU BCS-41 (July 2020 - January 2021) Assignment Questions

  1. What are Microwaves ? Explain their properties.
  2. What are Switched Communication Networks ?
  3. How many different phase states are used in BPSK and QPSK?
  4. Explain the need of layering in the Data Communications Protocols Stack.

IGNOU BCS-41 (July 2019 - January 2020) Assignment Questions

  1. Assuming that all routers and hosts are working properly and that all software in both is free of all errors, is there any chance, however small, that a packet will be delivered to the wrong destination?
  2. Suppose that you want to send an MP3 file to a friend, but your friend’s ISP limits the size of each incoming message to 1 MB and the MP3 file is 4 MB. Is there a way to handle this situation by using RFC 5322 and MIME? Are there any other ways.
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