• A Essentials Objectives
  • Video/Demo Time 4.1.1 Serial, Parallel, and PS/2 9:19 Lab/Activity
  • Lab/Activity Install USB Devices Number of Exam Questions 4 questions Total Time
  • Video/Demo Time 4.3.1 Firewire 3:31 Lab/Activity
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    Section 4.1: Serial, Parallel, and PS/2

    Summary


    In this section students will learn the interfaces used for connecting devices to computer systems. Concepts covered include:


    • Interfaces for connecting devices:

      • Serial devices

      • Parallel devices

      • PS/2 devices

    • Identifying common connectors:

      • Serial Connectors

      • Parallel connectors

      • PS/2 Connectors

    Students will learn how to:

    • Select the correct port to use to install different peripheral devices.

    • Install peripheral devices such as keyboards, serial devices, and parallel devices.
    A Essentials Objectives:




      • I/O interfaces

        • Serial

        • Parallel

        • PS/2

      • I/O

        • Serial

        • Parallel


    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • What is the difference between serial and parallel communications?

    • Theoretically, which form of communication (serial or parallel) provides faster communication?

    • Generally speaking, which form of communication (serial or parallel) will provide communication over longer distances without amplification?

    • What is the relationship between the serial port and the COM ports? Between the parallel port and LPT ports?

    • What is the difference between SPP and EPP standards?

    • What are three ways you can tell the difference between a keyboard and mouse PS/2 port?

    • How do you configure a computer to use EPP?

    Video/Demo Time



    video4.1.1 Serial, Parallel, and PS/2 9:19

    Lab/Activity

    Number of Exam Questions


    5 questions

    Total Time


    About 25 minutes



    Section 4.2: USB

    Summary


    This section provides an overview of using USB devices to connect to computer system. Details about the following are presented:

    • USB versions:

      • 1.0/1.1

      • 2.0

    • Types of USB connectors:

      • A Connector

      • B Connector

      • Mini Connector (4 pin)

      • Mini Connector (5 pin)

    • Methods to connect a USB device to a computer:

      • Directly to a USB port on a computer.

      • To an external USB hub.

    • Types of USB devices:

    Students will learn how to:

    • Identify typical USB connectors and ports.

    • Connect devices such as a printer and a camera.

    • Select and install USB devices based on customer requirements.



    A Essentials Objectives:

    • 1.2 Explain motherboard components, types and features

      • I/O interfaces

        • USB 1.1 and 2.0

    • 1.9 Summarize the function and types of adapter cards

      • I/O

        • USB


    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • What are the differences between USB 1.1 and 2.0?

    • What types of devices are typically self-powered? Bus–powered?

    • What are the power requirements for a low-powered and high-powered bus powered-device?

    • Where do you typically connect the B end of a USB cable?

    Video/Demo Time



    video4.2.1 Universal Serial Bus (USB) 7:17
    demo4.2.2 USB Components 2:00
    Total 9:17

    Lab/Activity


    • Install USB Devices

    Number of Exam Questions


    4 questions

    Total Time


    About 20 minutes

    Section 4.3: IEEE 1394 (Firewire)

    Summary


    This section discusses using IEEE 1394 standards to create a high-performance serial bus. Details covered include:

    • Trademarked names for IEEE 1394-based products

      • Firewire

      • i.Link

      • Lynx

    • Firewire specifics

    • IEEE 1394 standards

      • 1394

      • 1394.A

      • 1394.B

      • 1394.3

    Students will learn how to:

    • Configure peripheral devices to a Firewire port.
    A Essentials Objectives:

    • 1.2 Explain motherboard components, types and features

      • I/O interfaces

        • IEEE 1394 / Firewire

    Lecture Focus Questions:

    • What are the additional functions of a six-wire IEEE 1394 over a four-wire IEEE 1394 cable?

    • What is the maximum cable length of an IEEE 1394 cable?

    • What are common devices that use IEEE 1394?

    Video/Demo Time



    video4.3.1 Firewire 3:31

    Lab/Activity

    Number of Exam Questions


    4 questions

    Total Time


    About 15 minutes

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