Applied Data Communications and Networks
Buchanan, W. (1996). Applied Data Communications and Networks ( ed.). : . Springer.
This book covers all the key areas of data communications technology including networking and communication systems, signal analysis and transmission systems. It approaches the subject from a practical orientation with supporting theoretical background using examples to illustrate key areas such as the ISO model, ATM data compression, ISDN and WWW. Software to accompany the book will be available over the Internet at http:/www.eece.napier.ac.uk/~bill_b/dbook.html and the author will provide a helpline at email@example.com
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