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Wireless Networks solution from ConceptDraw DIAGRAM Solution Park extends ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming software to help network engineers and designers efficiently design, create and illustrate wireless network diagrams.

The solution contains a comprehensive library of vector stencils for drawing different types of wireless network diagrams.

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is an Advanced tool <br>for Professional Network Diagrams Creation *

Sample 1. Design elements of Wireless computer network diagrams.

Wireless Network solution contains template, library and a set of design elements that help network engineers visualize Wireless Network. Network engineers and designers use this solution to design, create and illustrate the wireless networks.


Watercraft - Design Elements →

The vector stencils library Watercraft contains clipart of ships, boats, yachts, submarines for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software. Use it to draw illustrations of vessels and water transport over a sea, ocean, lake, canal, river.Watercraft - Design Elements *
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Wireless Network LAN →

Wireless computer network diagrams help system administrators and network engineers to find out amount and type of equipment needed for each office LAN.Wireless Network LAN *
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Mesh Network Topology Diagram →

The reliability is a cornerstone for any corporate computer network. If you want to provide a high fault tolerance, a mesh network topology would be the solution. The main advantage of this network is that every node can work as a commutator, although it’s not easy to set up this kind of network. A mesh network topology may be full, or partial. Full mesh network means that each node of the network (computer, workstation or other equipment) is connected directly to each of the other nodes. A partial mesh topology means that a part of nodes are connected with a whole network, and the other part of nodes are only connected to those equipment, they exchange the majority of data. This illustration shows schematic diagram of a partial mesh network containing six nodes. Each node is represented as a circles and connections are drawn as straight lines. The connections may be both wired and wireless. This scheme can be used to make the specific logical or physical network diagrams by means the ConceptDraw Computer and Networks solution.Mesh Network Topology Diagram *
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Storage area networks (SAN). Computer and Network Examples →

A Storage area network (SAN) is a dedicated network that provides access to data storage and operations only on the block level. SAN usually has own network of storage devices/elements and disk arrays that are connected with each other and to a remote data-sharing network. SANs are widely used for enhancing the storage devices (optical jukeboxes, disk arrays, tape libraries) that are accessible for networked servers. This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. It shows the hybrid of Storage area network (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS) technologies.Storage area networks (SAN). <br>Computer and Network Examples *
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ERD Symbols and Meanings →

A database is a data collection, structured into some conceptual model. Two most common approaches of developing data models are UML diagrams and ER-model diagrams. There are several notations of entity-relationship diagram symbols and their meaning is slightly different. Crow’s Foot notation is quite descriptive and easy to understand, meanwhile, the Chen notation is great for conceptual modeling. An entity relationship diagrams look very simple to a flowcharts. The main difference is the symbols provided by specific ERD notations. There are several models applied in entity-relationship diagrams: conceptual, logical and physical. Creating an entity relationship diagram requires using a specific notation. There are five main components of common ERD notations: Entities, Actions, Attributes, Cardinality and Connections. The two of notations most widely used for creating ERD are Chen notation and Crow foot notation. By the way, the Crow foot notation originates from the Chen notation - it is an adapted version of the Chen notation.ERD Symbols and Meanings
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Illustrate the Computer Network of a Building →

With best content of the Wireless Network solution that includes more than 10 building pre-designed objects network engineers can illustrate the computer network of a building.Illustrate the Computer Network of a Building *
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