Unguided media, Computer Network Security

Unguided Media

This is the wireless media that transfer electromagnetic waves without using a physical media. Waves are broadcast through the air. This is performing through radio communication, cellular telephony and satellite communication.  Unguided transmission media are functions that give the transmission of data without the use of physical media means to describe the way it takes. Unguided media gives a means for transmitting electromagnetic signals but do not operate them.

 

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