Includes 27 low-cost, do-it-yourself alternatives to commercial computer networking equipment. Readers are introduced to the basic electronics tools and techniques employed throughout the book, including how to use circuit diagrams and schematics, soldering irons, cable strippers, and more. Provides clear, illustrated instructions for building and installing port and cable testers, and more.When you use this coupler to connect two modular jack cables you will be making three crossovers, and this will work for your communications equipment ( your phone, in the simplest case). Photos of the in-line coupler are in Figs. 8-2 and 8-3.
|Title||:||Build your own computer accessories and save a bundle|
|Author||:||Bonnie J. Hargrave, Ted Dunning|
|Publisher||:||Tab Books - 1992-11-01|