Data Communications Networking provides an introduction to the principles of modern,multi-media types of communication and uncovers the underlying mechanisms of network concepts. As a considerable number of concepts appear in the two most prominent protocol suites, TCP/IP and ATM, Data Communications Networking explains how concepts such as routing and quality of service (QoS) apply differently to the Internet or ATM networks.
Data Communications Networking presents the multitude of basic network concepts in an organized way that clarifies thier interrelations. The importance of each concept is placed in the overall picture of a communications infrastructure. By contrasting the two main protocol suies, the different architectural viewpoints stand out, enriching a discussion on networking.
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam|
|Number of pages||414|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
isbn 2007 9789085940081
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