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Contents

An Overview of Recent Developments of Plastic Optical Fibres
172
A Quick and Easy Crimp Splice for Installation of Multi and Single Mode Fibre Networks
178
LAN MANAGEMENT
182
A MultiAccess Protocol for Local Area Networks with Dynamic Priorities and Recovery Mechanisms
183
An Architecture for Local Area Network and Distributed Systems Management
192
Performance Measurements of Different Protocol Layers in a LAN Environment
198
Access Control and Accounting as Part of LANManagement
205
LANWAN Interconnection and Management
215

Design Parameters of WDM Transmission Systems Using LEDs and SingleMode Fibres
46
Coherent Optical Communications Systems
51
Joined TDM and WDM for a Multigigabits Long Haul Transmission System
57
DATAVOICE INTEGRATION ON LANS
62
The Behavior of the Ethernet Protocol at the Limit to Very Small Network Lengths
63
DataVoice Integration Based on the IEEE 8025 TokenRing LAN
67
Integrating Voice and Data on Expressnet
77
An Integrated Local Area Network for High Speed Applications
83
Architecture and System Design of a HighBandwidth Multiservice LAN
88
A Concept of DataVoice Integration With PBX Terminals and Servers
93
MeridianA Hybrid LANPBS Concept
99
OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES
102
Which LAN Optical Components for the Near Future
103
FabryPerot and DFB Lasers for Use in 155um Systems
107
Laser Diodes for LongHaul Optical Transmission Systems
112
HighSpeed InGaAsPInP MetalClad RidgeWaveguide MCRW Laser Diodes
116
LiNbO ElectroOptic GuidedWave Modulators for SingleMode Transmissions
119
Applications of an Injection Molded Bidirectional Active Coupler
121
LAN INTERCONNECTION
126
Lightguide LANPremises Product Integration
127
KOMAA Local Area to Wide Area Network Interconnection
130
A Technical Description and Its Application in Fibre Optic OSMACD Active Star LANs
136
Congestion Control in Bridges and Gateways
141
The Design and Implementation of a Transparent MANLAN Gateway
146
A Gateway Between a Broad Site Local Wideband Communication System and a Wideband Public Service
152
FIBRE AND CABLE TECHNOLOGY
156
Production Technologies for Optical Fibres
157
Design Flexibility With Loose Tube Fibre Cables
160
Recent Developments in the Optimization of Multimode Fibre Design for Local Networks
164
The Realization and Maintenance of Resilient LANS
221
INDUSTRIAL FIBRE OPTIC APPLICATIONS
226
Transmission of High Power Laser Light through Optical Fibres
227
Optical Time Domain Reflectometry for Optical Fibre Sensor Networks
231
A Cost Effective Fibre Optic LAN
237
Experimentation With a Fibre Optic Implementation of Expressnet
244
Low Cost Components For Fibre Optic Systems
255
HIGH SPEED LANS
260
A FibreOptic LAN for Data Voice and Video Transmission
261
A Backbone Wideband Network for LAN Interconnection
266
The Implementation of the MAC and Physical Layers of the Backbone Wideband Network
274
An Architecture for High Speed Internet Gateways Connecting LANS with an Optical Fibre Backbone
281
A HighSpeed Backbone for Metropolitan Area Networks
286
The Development of a Multifunctional Broadband Communication SystemMBCS
290
LOCAL FIBRE OPTIC COMMUNICATIONS
294
A High Performance Fibre Optic MILSTD1553B Data Bus
295
Progress With FDDI
298
Subscriber Line
304
ZAV280 A Digital CATV System for Fibre Optic Networks
304
An 8X8 NonBlocking Optical Switching Matrix
304
Broadband SwitchingRequirements and Technologies
306
INDUSTRIAL LANS
314
Prospects for Standard Industrial Fibre Optic LANs
315
Field Bus A Developing Low Level Industrial LAN Standard
322
Field Bus FIP Prototyping for Process Control
325
A Concept for an Adaptive Channel Access Control for RealTime LANs
329
Twentenet for Industrial Applications
334
Actual Needs of Industrial LANs and the Sycoway Answer
339
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