Fiber Optic Lans, Part 1 1984-1988

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Information Gatekeepers Inc, May 1, 1994 - Technology & Engineering
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Contents

Expanding A Fiber Optic Local Area Network Without An Initial Topology
212
A FibreOptic LAN for Data Voice and Video Transmission
218
Spread Spectrum FiberOptic Local Area Network Using Optical Processing
223
Spreadspectrum LANs a new form of media access?
231
Network management architecture of a centrally controlled field bus
234
UNIVERSAL LAN AND INFORMATION OUTLET
239
Optical fiber local area networks
246
A fiber optics network for parallel processing
252

Integrating Voice and Data on Expressnet
52
THE FOCOM 1800 SERIES FIBRE OPTIC DATA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK
58
Macrolan The Design Philosophy
63
32 MBS STAR CONFIGURED OPTICAL LOCAL AREA NETWORK
68
RELNET A DISTRIBUTED MULTIMICROPROCESSORMULTIBUS SYSTEM WITH FIBEROPTIC COMMUNICATION
74
A UNIDIRECTIONAL FIBER BUS NETWORK
78
A RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN LOCAL AREA NETWORKS
83
Performance of an integrated voicedata tokenring local area network access protocol working on a fame structure
86
Twowavelength transmission for optical token ring LANs
91
A FiberOptic Extender TRX for the 8025 TokenPassing Ring
95
A performance analysis
97
FIBER OPTIC SOLUTION FOR TOKEN PASSING NETWORK
103
DataVoice Integration Based on the IEEE 8025 TokenRing LAN
108
FIBEROPTIC CSMACD LOCAL AREA NETWORKS TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS
118
A FIBREOPTIC INTERREPEATER LINK FOR IEEE 8023 LANS
123
Ethernet line of sight interrepeater link
129
CENTRALIZED COLLISION DETECTION IN FIBER OPTIC EHTERNET
132
High performance bridge for ethernetlike networks
136
Routing management issues with a backbone interconnecting heterogeneous LANs
141
Prospects for Standard Industrial Fibre Optic LANs
147
Field Bus A Developing Low Level Industrial LAN Standard
154
Fiber optic LAN for MAP applications
157
Fibre optic LANs for MAP
162
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION OF OPTICAL LAN
169
NEW CONCEPT IN DATA HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGY
171
OPTICAL BUSES FOR THE REALIZATION OF NOVEL COMPUTER ARCHITECTURES
177
A CSMACDTS FIBER OPTIC LAN FOR SPACE APPLICATIONS
180
AN EXPANDABLE FIBER OPTIC LOCAL AREA NETWORK FOR TACTICAL APPLICATIONS
186
A Low Cost Fiber Optic Network
192
FIBER OPTIC ARCHITECTURES AND COMPONENTS FOR HIGH DATA RATE DATA BUSES FOR MILITARY APPLICATIONS
195
A Redundant Fault Tolerant Fiber Optic Local Area Network For MilitaryGovernment Use
203
A HighCapacity Multiservice Local Area Network
207
Real time traffic on high speed local area networks
258
An advanced broadband network system
264
A multiopticalfrequency network
267
Fibre optic multiple star local area network
269
Wavelength division multiplexed active starbased fiber optic local area network for an internetwork gateway
276
CERNs approach to MACbridging of LANs
282
System Finex Ethernet IEEE 8023 Backbone Network Application
287
American express tower cabling case study
290
A LAN approach to MANs
294
The Implementation of a LANWAN Transport Relay
300
Submeter Resolution OTDR for singlemode Fiber LAN Cabling Tests
305
Explicit offset routing for interconnected highspeed networks
309
Graphics Data Networks
313
MultiLevel Signaling for a Fibre Optic Local Area Network
317
HIGH PERFORMANCE INJECTION MOLDED ST COMPATIBLE CONNECTOR FOR LAN APPLICATIONS
319
ISO 88023 Compatible CSMACD Fiber Optic Local Area Network
323
Cabling and Networking user Requirements
330
Fiber Optic Point Sensor Networks
336
System Considerations for the Upstream Channel of a Passive Optical Local Network
343
The Cambridge Backbone Network
349
Network Management in Industrial LANs
353
LAN Monitoring Concepts for Management Support
358
Material and System Concepts for Polymer Optical Fibers in LANs
364
Fiber Optic TransmittersReceivers for Plastic Fiber LANs
369
A Real Alternative for Time Critical Networks
374
RealTime LAN for Industrial Application
378
Architecture Design and Implementation Aspects of an Integrated Services LAN
383
A High Speed Token Ring Network
389
The Application of Plastic Optical Fiber to Mini MAP System
394
GLOSSARY OF FIBER OPTICS TERMS AND ACRONYMS
401
Further Sources of Information on Fiber Optics
428
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