An Introduction To Broadband Networks: Lans, Mans, Atm, B-isdn, And Optical Networks For Integrated Multimedia Telecommunications by Anthony S. AcamporaAn Introduction To Broadband Networks: Lans, Mans, Atm, B-isdn, And Optical Networks For Integrated Multimedia Telecommunications by Anthony S. Acampora

An Introduction To Broadband Networks: Lans, Mans, Atm, B-isdn, And Optical Networks For Integrated…

byAnthony S. Acampora

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This book focuses on the fundamentals of operation, architectures, performance management, protocols, and future directions of integrated broadband networks capable of supporting voice, data, image, and video telecommunication transport and services. Covering both current and up-and-coming technologies, it will provide a rigorous introduction to the field for systems designers, hardware and software engineers, R&D managers, market planners, and all others whose business would benefit from the application of broadband networks.
Title:An Introduction To Broadband Networks: Lans, Mans, Atm, B-isdn, And Optical Networks For Integrated…Format:HardcoverDimensions:350 pagesPublisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 13:9780306445583

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Concepts and Principles of Broadband Networks. Review of Local Area Networks. Packet Switch Interconnection Fabrics. Metropolitan Area Networks. Broadband ISDN and Asynchronous Transfer Mode. Issues in Traffic Control and Performance Management. Lightwave Networks. Broadband Applications. Index.

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`An excellent introductory book for readers who are interested in acquiring more knowledge on high-speed networking today....I highly recommend this book, either as a reference or as a textbook for practicing engineers as well as undergraduate students.' Journal of Computing and Information Technology