Understanding Data Communications
H.W. Sams, 1988 - Computer networks - 291 pages
This is the only book of its kind to provide solid explanations behind modern data communications concepts. All the concepts are modern and up-to-date, in sync with the current and future data communication market.
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Messages and Transmission Channels
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ampliﬁers amplitude analog circuit analog signal ARCNet AREA NETWORKS ASCII asynchronous transmission bandwidth basic baud binary BiSync block called carrier CCITT circuit clock coaxial cable command connected control characters cost CRT terminals data communications system data link data packet data rate Data Signal Rate Data Terminal data transmission DDCMP deﬁned delay detection devices dialing DIGITAL TRANSMISSION display EBCDIC electrical electronic encoded equipment Ethernet Fiber optic ﬁeld ﬁrst ﬂow frame frequency full-duplex functions HDLC header input ISDN Kbps keyboard LAPB layer logical channel modem modulation multiplexing ofﬁce operation optical ﬁber packet network parity personal computers phase printer protocol pulses Received Data satellite sequence serial interface shown in Figure Signal Element speciﬁc speed standard station switching symbols synchronous modems technique telephone network teleprinter token passing transmission channel transmit data TRIB voice voltage wire