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Advanced Data Communications and Networks

Data communication and networks is fast becoming the largest industry in the world. It is one area of work that every virtual person has some involvement, whether it be to use the telephone or to connect to the Internet.

An IT specialist must now existing technologies, but must also know where the industry will go. This book is intended to cover the existing technologies and also be emerging technologies. I believe that the growth areas in the coming years will be in:


Author:
Dr W.Buchanan,
Napier University,
Edinburgh.

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Windows NT networking and associated networking programs.
TCP/IP communications.
NetWare 4.

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Data Encryption.
Data Compression.
Digitization of video, audio and images.
Fast Ethernet.

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ATM.
FDDI.
HTML/Java/JavaScript.
Virtually anything to do with the Internet and especially Intranets.

This book discusses each of these technologies in great detail and covers areas which are currently relevant, such as Ethernet, UNIX, RS-232 and Electronic Mail. The book splits into 7 main sections and a number of appendices, such as:

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General data compression (Chapters 2 and 3).

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Video, images and sound (Chapters 4-10).

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Error coding and encryption (Chapters 11-15).

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TCP/IP and the Internet (Chapters 16-23).

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Network operating systems (Chapters 24-27).

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LANs/WANs (28-36).

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Cables and connectors(Appendix B).

Sample chapters

Sample chapters: Chapter 3 Chapter 7 Chapter 9

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