Business Data Communications
This much anticipated revision of a leading business data communications book will offer the most current information available. New chapters will include coverage of the Internet, digital cash, and Internet technology.
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Introduction to Data Communications
Parti Media and the Physical Layer
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access method allows application application software ARCnet area network backup BISYNC bits capabilities carrier Chapter characters circuit coaxial cable configuration connection cost CSMA/CD data communications data link layer data link protocol data transmission device disk drives distributed duplex EBCDIC electronic equipment fiber optic file server frequency functions host IEEE illustrated in Figure implementations interconnected interface LAN adapter license management system Mbps media access control medium memory microcomputer modem Modulation monitor multiple Multiplexing network layer network management operating system OSI reference model packet parity path printer problem processing processor radio received record request response routing SDLC sender session session layer signal speed standard station switched Syncrasy Table telephone terminal tion token token-passing topology transaction transfer update users vendors workstation