Understanding Data Communications and Networks

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PWS, 1999 - Computer networks - 711 pages
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This text presents data communications and network fundamentals, and a wide array of specific applications, at a level for Junior CS and CIS majors intending to be information systems professionals. The 2nd edition is updated with new information on state-of-the-art developments supporting the World Wide Web, including expanded and updated coverage of LAN/WAN systems and protocols, and such topics as asynchronous transfer mode (ATM), modems, encryption and network security.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATIONS STANDARDS
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Fully Connected Topology 12 Combined
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TRANSMISSION FUNDAMENTALS
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William Shay is Professor and Chair of Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

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