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Computer Networks

Computer Networks

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Published by Vikram Rao
3rd Sem Diploma in Computer Science
3rd Sem Diploma in Computer Science

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Govt. of Karnataka, Department of Technical Education
Diploma in Computer Science & Engineering
Third SemesterSubject: COMPUTER NETWORKSContact Hrs/Week: 4 Contact Hrs/Sem: 64Table of ContentsChapterNo.ContentsNo. Of HoursMarks
Section-I1Introduction 252Network Models383Data and Signals254Bandwidth
Utilization255Transmission Media386Switching410Section - II7Error Detection and Correction5148Data Link Control259Multiple Access51410Wired LANs:Ethernet41011Connecting LANs,Backbone Networksand Virtual LANs410Section - III12Network Layer: Logical addressing41013Network Layer : Internet Protocol41014 Network Layer :Delivery, forwardingand routing2615Process to process Delivery : UDP, TCP41016Congestion Control2517Domain Name System 2518Remote Logging, Electronic Mail andFile Transfer 25Seminars and guest lectures fromindustry / institution5Tests 3Total64145
Detailed contents1Introduction
1.1 Data communication1.1.1Components1.1.2Data representation1.1.3Data flow1.2Networks1.2.1Distributed Processing1.2.2Network Criteria1.2.3Physical Structures1.2.4Network Models1.2.5Categories of Networks1.2.6Interconnections of Networks : Internetwor1.3The Internet1.3.1A Brief History1.3.2The Internet Today1.4Protocols and Standards1.4.1Protocols1.4.2Standards1.4.3Standards Organizations1.4.4Internet Standards
2Network Models
2.1Layered Tasks2.1.1Sender, Receiver and Carrier 2.1.2Hierarchy2.2The OSI Model2.2.1Layered Architecture2.2.2Peer to Peer Processes2.2.3Encapsulation2.3Layers in the OSI Model2.3.1Physical Laye2.3.2Data Link Laye2.3.3Network Laye2.3.4Transport Laye2.3.5Session Laye2.3.6Presentation Laye2.3.7Application Laye2.4TCP/IP Protocol suite2.4.1Physical and Data Link Layers2.4.2Network Laye2.4.3Transport Laye2.4.4Application Laye2.5Addressing2.5.1Physical Addresses2.5.2Logical Addresses2.5.3Port Addresses2.5.4Specific Addresses
3Data and Signals
3.1 Analog and Digital
3.1.1Analog and Digital Data3.1.2Analog and Digital Signals3.1.3Periodic and Non-Periodic Signals3.2Periodic Analog Signals3.2.1Sine Wave3.2.2Phase3.2.3Wavelength3.2.4Time and Frequency Domain3.2.5Composite Signals3.2.6Bandwidth3.3Digital Signals3.3.1Bit-rate3.3.2Bit-length3.3.3Digital Signal as a Composite Analog Signal3.3.4Transmission of Digital Signals3.4Performance3.4.1Bandwidth3.4.2Throughput3.4.3Latency3.4.4Bandwidth Delay Product3.4.5Jitte
4Bandwidth Utilization
4.1Multiplexing4.1.1Frequency Division Multiplexing4.1.2Wavelength Division Multiplexing
5 Transmission Media
5.1 Guided Media5.1.1Twisted Pair Cable5.1.2Co-axial Cable5.1.3Fibre-Optic Cable5.2Unguided Media : Wireless5.2.1Radio Waves5.2.2Micro Waves5.2.3Infrared
6.1Circuit Switched Networks6.1.1Three Phases6.1.2Efficiency6.1.3Delay6.2Datagram Networks6.2.1Routing Table6.2.2Efficiency6.2.3Delay6.3Virtual Circuit Networks6.3.1Addressing6.3.2Three Phases6.3.3Efficiency6.3.4Delay
7Error Detection and Error Correction

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