An Introduction to Broadband Networks: LANs, MANs, ATM, - download pdf or read online

By Anthony S. Acampora

ISBN-10: 1475791658

ISBN-13: 9781475791655

ISBN-10: 1475791674

ISBN-13: 9781475791679

This is an simple textbook on a sophisticated subject: broadband telecommunica­ tion networks. i have to claim on the outset that this e-book isn't essentially meant for an viewers of telecommunication experts who're weIl versed within the ideas, method architectures, and underlying applied sciences of high-speed, multi­ media, bandwidth-on-demand, packet-switching networks, even though the techni­ caIly subtle telecommunication practitioner might need to exploit it as a refer­ ence. neither is this ebook meant to be a complicated textbook with reference to broadband networks. really, this e-book is essentially meant for these desirous to leam extra approximately this fascinating fron tier within the box of telecommunications, an viewers that incorporates platforms designers, and software program engineers, en­ gineering scholars, R&D managers, and industry planners who search an comprehend­ ing of local-, metropolitan-, and wide-area broadband networks for integrating voice, facts, photograph, and video. Its fundamental viewers additionally contains researchers and engineers from different disciplines or different branches of telecommunications who count on a destiny involvement in, or who might easily wish to leam extra approximately, the sector of broadband networks, in addition to clinical researchers and company telecommunication and knowledge communique managers whose more and more sophis­ ticated purposes would get advantages from (and force the necessity for) broadband web­ works. complicated issues are on no account missed (in truth, a believable argument will be fastened that aIl of the cloth is complicated, given the infancy of the topic).

Show description

Read Online or Download An Introduction to Broadband Networks: LANs, MANs, ATM, B-ISDN, and Optical Networks for Integrated Multimedia Telecommunications PDF

Similar internet & networking books

Get A Digital Phase Locked Loop based Signal and Symbol Recovery PDF

The ebook experiences techniques of implementation of the basic elements of a electronic section Locked Loop dependent method for facing instant channels displaying Nakagami-m fading. it really is ordinarily saw in cellular communique. within the first strategy, the constitution of a electronic part locked loop (DPLL) in accordance with 0 Crossing (ZC) set of rules is proposed.

Human Centered Computing: First International Conference, by Qiaohong Zu, Bo Hu, Ning Gu, Sopheap Seng PDF

This booklet constitutes revised chosen papers from the refereed court cases of the 1st Human based Computing convention, HCC 2014, that consolidated and additional develops the profitable ICPCA/SWS meetings on Pervasive Computing and the Networked global. The fifty four complete papers and 30 brief papers awarded during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 152 submissions.

My T. Thai, Panos M. Pardalos's Handbook of Optimization in Complex Networks Theory and PDF

Guide of Optimization in complicated Networks содержит основы теории сложных сетей с рядом новых математических подходов и методов оптимизации разработки и анализа динамических сложных сетей. Широкий спектр приложений и задач оптимизации на основе исследований в таких областях, как клеточная и молекулярная химия, исследования физиологии мозга, эпидемиология и экология.

Get 5G Mobile Communications PDF

This ebook presents a finished evaluate of the rising applied sciences for next-generation 5G cellular communications, with insights into the long term way forward for 5G. Written by means of foreign top specialists at the topic, this contributed quantity covers quite a lot of applied sciences, learn effects, and networking tools.

Additional info for An Introduction to Broadband Networks: LANs, MANs, ATM, B-ISDN, and Optical Networks for Integrated Multimedia Telecommunications

Example text

I . D F'IU. O OlH{· ... 10. A possible format for the information cell or packet. ) nection which has been adopted for ATM; by using connection identifiers rather than explicit source/destination fields in the cell headers, it becomes possible for the network to support an arbitrarily large number of connections, even though the connection identifier field is of constant length (we shall see later that connection identifiers can be reused in geographically disjoint portions of the network). Also, as we shall see, use of a connection identifier greatly facilitates congestion control in a broadband network through a procedure known as admission control.

Connections are assigned by the network controller to the time slots of two or more transmission links terminating on the same switch such that at no time are the time slots on more than one inbound link destined for the same outbound link. This may require the use of time slot interleaving within the switch to permit conversion of an inbound time slot assignment to a different outbound assignment. In this way, the network controller manages the competition among connections by means of reservation and time slot scheduling.

Moreover, in addition to spanning a peak rate range greater than nine orders of magnitude, the sources on nonpersistent traffic are characterized by the need to maintain multiple simultaneous connections from each terminating device. For example, unlike the telephone, a mainframe computer may need to concurrently maintain time-shared dialogues with many remote terminals and several other 24 Chapter 1 mainframes with which it is sharing tasks, memory, and data files. The frequency with which such a mainframe may generate time-multiplexed bursts of data (data packet), each intended for a different receiver with which it is in active dialogue, may be quite high (hundreds of kilopackets per second).

Download PDF sample

An Introduction to Broadband Networks: LANs, MANs, ATM, B-ISDN, and Optical Networks for Integrated Multimedia Telecommunications by Anthony S. Acampora

by Daniel

Rated 4.68 of 5 – based on 14 votes