1.1 Jelaskan TI sertifikasi industri

1.1.1 Mengidentifikasi Pendidikan Dan sertifikasi

Teknologi INFORMASI (TI) adalah istilah Yang mencakup hubungan ANTARA hardware, software, Jaringan, Dan mendapatkan bantuan Teknis Yang diberikan kepada pengguna. IT Essentials: PC Hardware Dan Software meliputi INFORMASI Yang TEKNISI harus sukses di Kepemilikan Modal TI. Kursus inisial mencakup TOPIK-TOPIK berikut:

:: Komputer Pribadi, Aman lab prosedur, Pemecahan Masalah, SISTEM Operasi, Komputer laptop, Printer Dan scanner, Jaringan, keamanan, Dan keterampilan komunikasi

Seorang TEKNISI harus menguasai Dan mempunyai sertifikasi berikut:

:: CCNA, CCNP, CCIE, CISSP, MCP, MCSA, MCSE, Jaringan   dan Linux 

1.1.2 Jelaskan sertifikasi A 

Asosiasi Industri Teknologi Komputasi (CompTIA) perkembangan program Sertifikasi A

*A CompTIA A   sertifikasi

*Versi terbaru dari CompTIA A   adalah CompTIA A   2009 Edition.

*CompTIA A   Essentials

*CompTIA A   Aplikasi Praktis

1.1.3 Explain EUCIP certification

The EUCIP IT Administrator Program recognized competence in the field of IT. The certification covers the standard provisions of the European Council of Professional Informatics Societies (CEPIS). The EUCIP IT Administrator Certification consists of five modules, namely:

Module 1: PC Hardware

PC Hardware module requires that the candidate understands the basic arrangement of a personal computer and function of components.

Module 2: Operating Systems

The Operating System Module requires that the candidate is familiar with the procedures for installing and updating the most common operating systems and applications.

Module 3: Local Area Network and Network Services

This module is beyond the scope of the IT Essentials course, although some of the topics covered.

Module 4: Use the Expert Network

This module is beyond the scope of the IT Essentials course, although some of the topics covered.

Module 5: IT Security

This module is beyond the scope of the IT Essentials course, although some of the topics covered.

1.2 Explain computer system

an electronic network that consists of software and hardware that perform a specific task (receive input, process the input, keep the commandments, and provides output in the form of information). Moreover, it can also be interpreted as elements related to running an activity using a computer.

1.3 Identify NAME, goals, and characteristics of cases and power supplies

1.3.1 Describe the case

Computer cases are referred to in several ways:

* Computer chassis

* Cabinet

* Tower

* Box

* Housing

In addition to providing protection and support, it also provides an environment that is designed to keep the internal components cool

There are many factors to consider when choosing a case:

* Size motherboard

* The number of external or internal drive locations called bays

* Available space

* See Figure 2 for a list of features.

1.4 Identify the names, purposes, and characteristics of internal components

1.4.1 Identify the names, purposes and characteristics of motherboards

Motherboard main printed circuit board and contains the buses, or electrical pathways, found in computers. These buses allow data to travel between the various components that comprise the computer. Figure 1 shows the various motherboard. The motherboard is also known as the system board, backplane or motherboard.

Motherboard accommodate the central processing unit (CPU), RAM, expansion slots, heat sink / fan assembly, BIOS chip, chip set, and the interconnect wires embedded motherboard components. Sockets, internal and external connectors, and ports are also placed on the motherboard.

1.4.2 Identify the names, purposes, and characteristics of CPUs

The central processing unit (CPU) is considered as the brain of the computer. sometimes called processor. Most calculations take place in the CPU.

1.4.4 Identify the names, purposes, and characteristics of ROM and RAM

ROM

Read-only memory (ROM) ROM chips contain instructions that can be directly accessed by the CPU.

RAM

Random access memory (RAM) is temporary storage for data and programs that are being accessed by the CPU.

Memory Modules

Early computers had RAM installed on the motherboard as individual chips.

Memory speed has a direct impact on the amount of data the processor can process due to faster memory improves processor performance. Along with the increase in processor speed, memory speed should also increase. For example, single-channel memory is capable of transferring data at 64 bits. Dual-channel memory increases speed by using both channels of memory, making data transfer rate of 128 bits.

Double Data Rate (DDR) SDRAM technology doubles the maximum bandwidth.

Cache

SRAM is used as cache memory for storing data used most often.

 

Error Checking

Memory errors occur when the data is not stored properly in a RAM chip. The computer uses a different method to detect and correct data errors in memory.

1.4.5 Identify the names, purposes and characteristics of adapter cards

Card adapters enhance the functionality of your computer by adding the handler for a particular device or by replacing the damaged port. show some kind of adapter cards adapter.Kartu used to extend and customize the capabilities of the computer:Network Interface Card (NIC)                           Wireless NIC

Adapter suara                                           Video adapter

Video Capture                            TV tuner

Adapter Modem                         Komputer Sistem Kecil Interface (SCSI) a

Serial port                                                  Parallel port

Redundant Array of Independent Disk (RAID)

Universal Serial Bus (USB)

1.4.6 Identify the names, purposes and characteristics of storage drives

Storage drive, read or write information to a magnetic or optical storage media. Drive can be used to store data permanently or to retrieve information from the disk media. Here are some common types of storage drives:

Floppy drive                                               Hard drive

Optical Drive                                              Flash drive

Floppy Drive

A floppy drive or floppy disk drive, is a storage device that uses removable 3.5-inch floppy disk. This magnetic disks can store 720 KB or 1.44 MB of data.

Hard Drive

A hard drive, or hard disk drive, is a magnetic storage device installed in the computer.

Traditional magnetic hard drives. Hard drive has a magnetic motor that is designed to spin magnetic platters and the drive heads.

Optical Hard

Optical drive is a storage device that uses a laser to read data on optical media. There are three types of optical drives:

Compact Disc (CD)

Digital Versatile Disc (DVD)

Blu-ray Disc (BD)

CD, DVD and BD media can be pre-recorded (read-only), recordable (write once), or re-recordable (read and write multiple times). CD has a storage capacity of about 700 MB. DVD has a storage capacity of 4.3 GB of data on a single-layer disc, and about 8.5 GB on a dual-layer disc. BDS has a storage capacity of 25 GB on a single-layer disc and 50 GB on a dual-layer disc.

There are several types of optical media:

CD-ROM                    CD-R

CD-RW                      DVD-ROM

DVD-RAM                   DVD + /-R

DVD + /-RW                              BD-ROM BD

BD-R                                         BD-RE BD

External Flash Drive

An external flash drive, also known as a thumb drive, is a removable storage device connected to the USB port.

Interface Hard

Hard drives and optical drives are manufactured with different interfaces used to connect the drive to the computer.

IDE Integrated Drive Electronics, also called Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA) is an interface controller that connects the hard start the computer and hard disk drives. An IDE interface uses a 40-pin connector.

PATA Parallel ATA refers to the parallel version of ATA drive interface controller.

SATA Serial ATA refers to the serial version of the ATA drive interface controller.

External Serial ATA eSATA provides hot-swappable, external interface for SATA drives. ESATA interface to connect an external SATA drive using a 7-pin connector.

RAID provides a way to store the data on your hard disk for redundancy. For the operating system, RAID appear as one logical disk. See Figure 2 for a comparison of different RAID levels. The following terms describe how RAID stores data on disk is different:

* Parity is a method used to detect data errors.

* Striping A method for writing data across multiple drives.

* Mirroring A method of storing duplicate data to both drives.

1.4.7 Identify the names, purposes, and characteristics of internal cables

Drive requires both power cables and data cables. A power supply will have a SATA power connector for SATA, Molex power connector for PATA drives, and Berg 4-pin connector for the floppy drive. Buttons and LED lights on the front of the case is connected to the motherboard with front panel cables.

Data cable to connect the drive to the drive controller, which is located on the adapter card or on the motherboard. Here are some common types of data cable:

Floppy disk drive (FDD)               SCSI data

PATA (IDE / EIDE) 4                   PATA (EIDE)

SATA                                                        eSATA

1.5 Identify the names, purposes, and characteristics of ports and cables

Input / output (I / O) port on the computer to connect peripheral devices, such as printers, scanners, and portable drives. Following ports and cables are commonly used:

Serial                        USB

FireWire    parallel

SCSI                         network

PS / 2                      Audio

Video                         Serial Port and Cables

USB Port  Modem Ports and Cable

FireWire Ports and Cables

Parallel Ports and Cables

SCSI Ports and Cables

 

Network Ports and Cables

A network port, also known as an RJ-45 port, connect a computer to the network. The connection speed depends on the type of network ports.

PS / 2 Ports

A PS / 2 port to connect a keyboard or mouse to the computer

Audio Ports

An audio ports to connect audio devices to the computer. Some of the following audio ports are commonly used, as shown in Figure 10

1.6 Identify NAME, goals, and characteristics of the input language

An input device which was used to enter data or commands to Computer Illustration. Here are some examples of language input devices:

Mice and Keyboard                     Digital cameras and digital video cameras

touch screen                                             Scanner

Biometric authentication device

Mice and Keyboard is an input device prayer That paled GENERAL use. Mice are used to navigate the user interface graphics (GUI). The keyboard is used to enter commands TEXT The control computer.

1.8 Explain system resources and their purposes

System resources used for the purpose of communication between the CPU and other components in the computer. There are three common system resources:

Interrupt Request (IRQ)                             Input / Output (I / O) Port Address

Direct Memory Access (DMA)     interrupt Request

Input / output (I / O) port addresses used to communicate between devices and software. I / O port address is used to send and receive data to the components.

Direct Memory Access

DMA channel used by the high-speed devices to communicate directly with the main memory.

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