Computer Networking: Routing, RAM, and Radio

A detailed look at the computer network used at 3RRR, a youth community FM radio station.   It explores:

  • what the station uses computers for
  • the shortcomings of the old network
  • how the new network was planned
  • the division of the network into 2 main parts – studio and office –  why and how this was achieved
  • key features of the network (work-stations, hubs, switches, cabling, operating system, file and application storage, data security and integrity)
  • the advantages of networking
  • future development of the station’s network

The story is told by the 3RRR team themselves, and also features a 3D model of the network.

Year levels               Middle-Upper Secondary

Format                      DVD

Duration                  31 min

Year produced       1998

School price            $90 inc gst (+ $9 p&h in Australia/ elsewhere POA)
Tertiary institutions   POA