A Guide to Fractional, Volume 1

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James Trulove
Artech House, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 111 pages
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This reference is a guide to the concepts, technology, uses, costs and vocabulary of fractional T-1 services. The book illustrates fractional T-1 capabilities and limitations by explaining basic T-1 networking, common fractional T-1 access methods, equipment interfacing and troubleshooting. The text describes the advantages to be gained with these services, the various service alternatives and the cost/benefit considerations.

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Basic T1 Concepts and Technology
The Elements of a Fractional Tl Circuit
Data Voice and Video Interfaces to Fractional T1

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About the author (1992)

James Trulove has accumulated more than twenty-five years of experience in LAN, WLAN, and data communications systems with companies including Intel, Motorola, Lucent, Cisco, and Nortel. Mr. Trulove has an extensive background in designing, installing, and troubleshooting LAN cabling and networks, and currently works for a leading manufacturer of wireless networking test systems and equipment. He is a longtime consultant on wired and wireless networks for home and business, and the author of a number of books and articles on networking technologies.

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