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Network Diagram Examples

Network Diagram Examples

Network diagram is a chart which represents nodes and connections between them in computer network or any telecommunication network, it is a visual depiction of network architecture, physical or logical network topology. There are used common icons for the Network diagrams design, such as icons of various network appliances, computer devices, routers, clouds, peripheral devices, digital devices, etc. Network diagrams can represent networks of different scales (LAN level, WAN level) and detailization. ConceptDraw PRO diagramming software enhanced with Computer Network Diagrams solution from Computer and Networks area includes huge collection of computer and network templates, design objects and stencils, and numerous quantity of Network diagram examples and samples, among them: Basic Computer Network Diagrams, Communication Network Diagram, Wireless Router Network Diagram, LAN Topology Diagram, Computer Network System Design Diagram, Mobile Satellite Communication Network, Web-based Network Diagram, Hybrid Network Diagram, and many others. Read more
"A wireless network is any type of computer network that uses wireless data connections for connecting network nodes. Wireless networking is a method by which homes, telecommunications networks and enterprise (business) installations avoid the costly process of introducing cables into a building, or as a connection between various equipment locations. Wireless telecommunications networks are generally implemented and administered using radio communication. This implementation takes place at the physical level (layer) of the OSI model network structure. Examples of wireless networks include cell phone networks, Wi-Fi local networks and terrestrial microwave networks." [Wireless network. Wikipedia]
This wireless router network diagram example was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Computer and Networks solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Network diagram
Network diagram, workstation, wireless router, webcam, web camera, modem, laptop computer, inkjet printer, iPhone 4, home theater, disk, digital camera, desktop PC, cloud, Web-camera, MP3 player, DVD player,
"Satellite television is television programming delivered by the means of communications satellite and received by an outdoor antenna, usually a parabolic reflector generally referred to as a satellite dish, and as far as household usage is concerned, a satellite receiver either in the form of an external set-top box or a satellite tuner module built into a TV set. Satellite TV tuners are also available as a card or a USB peripheral to be attached to a personal computer. In many areas of the world satellite television provides a wide range of channels and services, often to areas that are not serviced by terrestrial or cable providers.
Direct-broadcast satellite television comes to the general public in two distinct flavors - analog and digital. This necessitates either having an analog satellite receiver or a digital satellite receiver. Analog satellite television is being replaced by digital satellite television and the latter is becoming available in a better quality known as high-definition television." [Satellite television. Wikipedia]
"Mobile television is television watched on a small handheld or mobile device. It includes pay TV service delivered via mobile phone networks or received free-to-air via terrestrial television stations. Regular broadcast standards or special mobile TV transmission formats can be used. Additional features include downloading TV programs and podcasts from the internet and the ability to store programming for later viewing. ...
Mobile TV is among the features provided by many 3G phones." [Mobile television. Wikipedia]
"MobiTV, Inc. ... is a provider of end-to-end mobile media solutions. In 2011, the cloud-based MobiTV converged media platform delivered 1.6 billion minutes of live TV, video-on-demand and downloaded content for offline viewing to all tier-one wireless carriers and major mobile operating systems in the United States. ...
MobiTV furnishes programming from more than 40 television channels, offering live news and sports and a variety of full-episode on-demand shows for streaming or download on mobile devices, tablets, personal computers and other Internet-enabled consumer electronics.
MobiTV-powered TV services, which carry the operator’s brand, are accessible on hundreds of devices across multiple wireless carrier partners. ...
MobiTV’s converged media platform is an end-to-end managed service comprising components that work together to securely manage, deliver and play back video across devices both inside and outside the home." [MobiTV. Wikipedia]
This mobile satellite TV network diagram example was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Telecommunication Network Diagrams solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Mobile satellite TV diagram
Mobile satellite TV diagram , tree, satellite dish, satellite, radio waves, office building, cellular phone, mobile phone, base station, antenna,
"The ideal telecommunication network has the following characteristics: broadband, multi-media, multi-point, multi-rate and economical implementation for a diversity of services (multi-services). The Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network (B-ISDN) intended to provide these characteristics. Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) was promoted as a target technology for meeting these requirements" [Broadband networks. Wikipedia]
"Wireless broadband is technology that provides high-speed wireless Internet access or computer networking access over a wide area. ...
Wireless networks can feature data rates roughly equivalent to some wired networks, such as that of asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) or a cable modem. Wireless networks can also be symmetrical, meaning the same rate in both directions (downstream and upstream), which is most commonly associated with fixed wireless networks. A fixed wireless network link is a stationary terrestrial wireless connection, which can support higher data rates for the same power as mobile or satellite systems.
Few wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) provide download speeds of over 100 Mbit/s; most broadband wireless access (BWA) services are estimated to have a range of 50 km (31 mi) from a tower. Technologies used include LMDS and MMDS, as well as heavy use of the ISM bands and one particular access technology was standardized by IEEE 802.16, with products known as WiMAX." [Wireless broadband. Wikipedia]
Wireless broadband is technology that provides high-speed wireless Internet access or computer networking access over a wide area. [Wireless broadband. Wikipedia]
This wireless broadband network diagram example was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Telecommunication Network Diagrams solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Wireless broadband network diagram
Wireless broadband network diagram, tree, satellite dish, radio waves, office building, network cell, cell, honeycomb, house, antenna,
This diagram sample illustrates the cooperative vehicular delay-tolerant network operation.
"Delay-tolerant networking (DTN) is an approach to computer network architecture that seeks to address the technical issues in heterogeneous networks that may lack continuous network connectivity. Examples of such networks are those operating in mobile or extreme terrestrial environments, or planned networks in space.
Recently, the term disruption-tolerant networking has gained currency in the United States due to support from DARPA, which has funded many DTN projects. Disruption may occur because of the limits of wireless radio range, sparsity of mobile nodes, energy resources, attack, and noise." [Delay-tolerant networking. Wikipedia]
"Routing in delay-tolerant networking concerns itself with the ability to transport, or route, data from a source to a destination, which is a fundamental ability all communication networks must have. Delay- and disruption-tolerant networks (DTNs) are characterized by their lack of connectivity, resulting in a lack of instantaneous end-to-end paths. In these challenging environments, popular ad hoc routing protocols such as AODV and DSR fail to establish routes. This is due to these protocols trying to first establish a complete route and then, after the route has been established, forward the actual data. However, when instantaneous end-to-end paths are difficult or impossible to establish, routing protocols must take to a "store and forward" approach, where data is incrementally moved and stored throughout the network in hopes that it will eventually reach its destination. A common technique used to maximize the probability of a message being successfully transferred is to replicate many copies of the message in hopes that one will succeed in reaching its destination." [Routing in delay-tolerant networking. Wikipedia]
The example "Cooperative vehicular delay-tolerant network diagram" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Vehicular Networking solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Vehicular network diagram
Vehicular network diagram, truck, tree, taxi, road, radio tower, office building, house, high rise block, fir tree, factory, crossroads, coverage area, car, bungalow, block, airport, airplane,
The vector stencils library "Wireless networks" contains 82 icon symbols for drawing wireless computer network diagrams and equipment layout plans.
"A wireless network is any type of computer network that uses wireless data connections for connecting network nodes.
Wireless networking is a method by which homes, telecommunications networks and enterprise (business) installations avoid the costly process of introducing cables into a building, or as a connection between various equipment locations.
Wireless telecommunications networks are generally implemented and administered using radio communication. This implementation takes place at the physical level (layer) of the OSI model network structure.
Examples of wireless networks include cell phone networks, Wi-Fi local networks and terrestrial microwave networks." [Wireless network. Wikipedia]
The clip art example "Wireless networks - Vector stencils library" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Wireless Networks solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
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Building 1
Building 1, building,
Building 4
Building 4, building,
Coverage (Blue)
Coverage (Blue), coverage,
Wireless Connectivity
Wireless Connectivity, wireless connectivity,
Network Cloud
Network Cloud, network cloud,
Cloud
Cloud, cloud,
Wi-Fi Access
Wi-Fi Access, Wi-Fi access,
Tree
Tree, tree,
Computer
Computer, computer,
Laptop Computer
Laptop Computer, laptop computer, notebook,
Server
Server, server,
Wireless Network Storage
Wireless Network Storage, wireless network storage,
Router
Router, router,
Wireless Router
Wireless Router, wireless router,
Switch
Switch, switch,
Wireless Access Point
Wireless Access Point, wireless access point,
1U Hub Switch
1U Hub Switch, hub, switch, Ethernet,
2U Hub Switch
2U Hub Switch, hub, switch, Ethernet,
1U Server
1U Server, server,
2U Server
2U Server, server,
3U Server
3U Server, server,
4U Server
4U Server, server,
Outdoor Access Point
Outdoor Access Point, outdoor access point,
Indoor Access Point
Indoor Access Point, indoor access point,
Outdoor Wi-Fi Access Point
Outdoor Wi-Fi Access Point, outdoor Wi-Fi access point,
Access Point
Access Point, access point, bridge, repeater,
Outdoor Mesh Node
Outdoor Mesh Node, outdoor mesh node,
Outdoor Mesh Node
Outdoor Mesh Node, outdoor mesh node,
Outdoor Access Node
Outdoor Access Node, outdoor access node,
Outdoor Access Node
Outdoor Access Node, outdoor access node,
Base Station
Base Station, base station,
Cellular Phone
Cellular Phone, cellular phone, mobile phone,
Outdoor Mesh Node
Outdoor Mesh Node, outdoor mesh node,
Active Directory Server
Active Directory Server, Active Directory Server,
Smart WLAN Controller
Smart WLAN Controller, Smart WLAN controller, wireless services gateway,
Smart WLAN Controller
Smart WLAN Controller, Smart WLAN controller, wireless services gateway,
Smart Wi-Fi Access Point
Smart Wi-Fi Access Point, Smart Wi-Fi access point,
Indoor Wi-Fi Access Point
Indoor Wi-Fi Access Point, indoor Wi-Fi access point,
Firewall
Firewall, firewall,
Coverage (Yellow)
Coverage (Yellow), coverage,
Coverage (O-Shaped)
Coverage (O-Shaped), coverage,
Outdoor Mesh Node
Outdoor Mesh Node, outdoor mesh node,
This wheel diagram sample was created on the base of figure illustrating the webpage "Chapter 3: Current State of the Ecosystem" of the website of the National Broadband Plan of US Federal Communications Comission (FCC). "The broadband ecosystem includes applications and content: e-mail, search, news, maps, sales and marketing applications used by businesses, user-generated video and hundreds of thousands of more specialized uses. Ultimately, the value of broadband is realized when it delivers useful applications and content to end-users.
Applications run on devices that attach to the network and allow users to communicate: computers, smartphones, set-top boxes, e-book readers, sensors, private branch exchanges (PBX), local area network routers, modems and an ever-growing list of other devices. New devices mean new opportunities for applications and content.
Finally, broadband networks can take multiple forms: wired or wireless, fixed or mobile, terrestrial or satellite. Different types of networks have different capabilities, benefits and costs.
The value of being connected to the network increases as more people and businesses choose to adopt broadband and use applications and devices that the network supports. Several factors contribute to their decisions. These include whether they can afford a connection, whether they are comfortable with digital technology and whether they believe broadband is useful.
Networks, devices and applications drive each other in a virtuous cycle. If networks are fast, reliable and widely available, companies produce more powerful, more capable devices to connect to those networks. These devices, in turn, encourage innovators and entrepreneurs to develop exciting applications and content. These new applications draw interest among end-users, bring new users online and increase use among those who already subscribe to broadband services. This growth in the broadband ecosystem reinforces the cycle, encouraging service providers to boost the speed, functionality and reach of their networks."
[broadband.gov/plan/3-current-state-of-the-ecosystem/]
The circle pie chart example "Forces shaping the broadband ecosystem in the US" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Target and Circular Diagrams solution from the Marketing area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
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Wheel diagram
Wheel diagram, circle pie chart, circular diagram, marketing mix diagram,
The design elements library "Cable TV" contains 64 symbols of CATV network equipment.
"Cable television is a system of distributing television programs to subscribers via radio frequency (RF) signals transmitted through coaxial cables or light pulses through fiber-optic cables. This contrasts with traditional broadcast television (terrestrial television) in which the television signal is transmitted over the air by radio waves and received by a television antenna attached to the television. FM radio programming, high-speed Internet, telephone service, and similar non-television services may also be provided through these cables.
The abbreviation CATV is often used for cable television." [Cable television. Wikipedia]
Use the shapes library "Cable TV" to draw CATV system design floor plans, network topology diagrams, wiring diagrams and cabling layout schemes using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software.
The vector stencils library "Cable TV" is included in the Electric and Telecom Plans solution from the Building Plans area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Cable TV symbols
Cable TV symbols, wavelength multiplexer, wavelength demultiplexer, vault handheld, variable equalizer, tree guy, anchor, tensioned messenger wire, telephone pole, supporting structures, strut, splitter, slack span messenger wire, sidewalk down guy, anchor, sidewalk down guy, secondary hub, rock guy, anchor, riser pole, push brace, pole, proposed CATV pole, primary hub, power supply, power pole, pole-to-pole guy, pedestal, underground routing, output directional tap, optical transmitter, optical splitter, optical splice location, optical node, optical fiber cable, optical connector, optical amplifier, node, manhole, line terminations, joint usage pole, joint use pole, transformer, joint usage pole, joint use pole, power, telephone, headend, signal processing, ground, fixed flat attenuators, fixed equalizer, extension arm, duct line, underground routing, down guy, anchor, down guy, directional tap, direct buried underground routing, coaxial splice, cable AC power combiner, built CATV pole, building guy, anchor, bond, AC, power block,