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Physical layer

Physical Layer is the bottom-most layer in the OSI model which is a physical and electrical representation of the system. One of the major functions of the physical layer is to move the data in the form of electromagnetic signals across a transmission medium. Let’s learn more concepts of the physical layer.
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When a user accesses the internet or another computer network outside their immediate location, messages are sent through the network of transmission media. This technique of transferring the information from one computer network to another network is known as switching. Switching is achieved by using switches. Join us to learn more!
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