Construction of a LAN for the Turkish Naval Base
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This research discusses the design issues and fundamental techniques of a local area network (LAN). It then constructs and chooses a LAN for the Turkish Naval Base. Three ships and headquarters will have their own PCs, and they need to rapidly and accurately exchange information among them. The thesis examines the issues for designing a LAN and discusses four fundamental technical issues. These are (1) topology, (2) transmission media, (3) access control, and (4) transmission techniques. Finally we introduce PC LANs, and select and recommend a PC LAN broadband system with coaxial cable. Theses. (fr)
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