Introduction to Digital and Data Communications
This text on the data and network communications field is intended to be a junior or senior level text in an Electronics Technology or Technician program. The main feature that will set this text apart is that it is designed to present a solid background in all aspects of current Data and Network Communications. Written in a clear and easy to understand style, this text includes coverage of the latest technologies not only in terms of software and hardware but also in terms of topical content coverage.
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ACIA amplitude analog applications area networks ASCII balanced modulator bandwidth BISDN BISYNC bytes cable called carrier channel character code circuit clock recovery connected control field data bits data communications Data Link Control data rate data stream demodulator destination devices digital data diodes EBCDIC encoding error detection Ethernet example FDDI fiber fiber-optic filter format frame number frequency functions HDLC hexadecimal Huffman code input interconnect interface ISDN layer logic mode modem node OSI model output packet parity bit phase primary primary rate interface protocol pulse QPSK receive data refractive ring sample satellite SDLC secondary selected sent sequence serial data shown in Figure signal sine wave specifications standard status register stop bits symbol synchronous data telephone lines telephone system terminal token tone topology transfer transmission UART USART voltage