Ethernet Data Communications Computers
Ethernet is used mostly in local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs) using CSMA/CD access method and is the most popular cabling technology. The most commonly installed Ethernet systems were called 10BASE-T, which provided transmission speeds of up to 10 Mbps.
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- TechFest Ethernet Technical Summary - A largely complete overview of all Ethernet standards data communications including computers Frame Structure, MAC, Physical Layer, and cabling.
- Dan Kegel's Fast Ethernet Page - A collection of links to WWW and FTP documents on other servers.
- Desktop ATM vs, Fast Ethernet: an IBM white paper. - It's not just about raw speed.
- PowerOverEthernet.com - Site dedicated to Power Over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af)
- How Stuff Works: Ethernet - Eleven-segment illustrated tutorial about Ethernet networks, with related net links.
- Ethernet LWL Installations - Ethernet 10BaseT / Fast Ethernet 100BaseTX German/English.
- ISO/IEC 8802-3:1996 - One of standards broadly associated with "Ethernet", ISO/IEC data communications 8802-3.
- Charles Spurgeon's Ethernet Web Site - A collection of Ethernet Reference Guides.
- Overview of Ethernet by Cisco - Ethernet history, topologies and physical layers.
- What Is...Ethernet - Definition from Whatis.com. The most commonly installed data communications carrier data communications protocol technology for local area networks.
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