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Data Communications & Networking, 4th Edition,Behrouz A. Forouzan (1)

Data Communications & Networking, 4th Edition,Behrouz A. Forouzan

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    SECTION 1.3 THE INTERNET 17 A Brief

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    58 CHAPTER 3 DATA AND SIGNALS Data

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    CHAPTER 4 Digital Transmission A co

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    142 CHAPTER 5 ANALOG TRANSMISSION A

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    162 CHAPTER 6 BANDWIDTH UTILIZATION

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    CHAPTER 8 Switching A network is a

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    SECTION 8.1 CIRCUIT-SWITCHED NETWOR

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    SECTION 8.1 CIRCUIT-SWITCHED NEIWOR

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    SECTION 8.2 DATAGRAM NETWORKS 219 f

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    SECTION 8.3 VIRTUAL-CIRCUIT NETWORK

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    CHAPTER 9 Using Telephone and Cable

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    SECTION 9.1 TELEPHONE NETWORK 245 A

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    SECTION 9.2 DIAL-UP MODEMS 249 Figu

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    Data Link Layer Objectives The data

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    CHAPTER 10 Error Detection and Corr

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    SECTION 10.1 INTRODUCTION 269 A bur

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    CHAPTER 11 Data Link Control The tw

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    SECTION 11.1 FRAMING 309 character-

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    SECTION II.3 PROTOCOLS 311 11.2 FLO

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    SECTION 11.6 HDLC 341 Figure 11.25

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    418 CHAPTER 13 WIRED fANs: ETHERNET

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    CHAPTER 14 Wireless LANs Wireless c

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    CHAPTER 15 Connecting LANs, Backbon

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    SECTION 15.1 CONNECTING DEVICES 447

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    SECTION 15.3 VIRTUAL LANs 459 Figur

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    468 CHAPTER 16 WIRELESS WANs: CELLU

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    Transport Layer Objectives The tran

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    Application Layer Objectives The ap

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    CHAPTER 25 Domain Name System There

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    CHAPTER 27 WWWandHTTP The World Wid

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    CHAPTER 29 Multimedia Recent advanc

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