Business Data Networks and Telecommunications guides readers through the details of networking with its clear writing style, job-ready detail, and focus on the technologies that are used in today’s marketplace.
The eighth edition provides readers with the methods of preparation for dealing with specific network standards.
An MIS-oriented introductory networking text. Introduces networking concepts, emphasizing Internet TCP/IP concepts and protocol layers. Covers terminal-host communication, LAN technologies, local and enterprise internets, and PC networking. Discusses management standards and systems, examines networked communication applications (groupware and videoconferencing), database applications, and reengineering. Study aids and supplementary materials are available on the Web.
A modular textbook about all forms of electronic communication involving computers, with 11 core chapters and 10 advanced topic chapters. Topics include the basic communication model, standards agencies and architectures, the computer (transport) layer, Internet access via CSLIP and PPP, terminal emulation, telephone transmission, asynchronous ascii transmission, IEEE LAN standards, Nupools, SCMA/CS and the 802.3 Mac layer frame, the 802.5 token-ring network, local internets, network management, and the OSI architecture. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.