Norm

NEN-ISO 9314-1:1994 en

Informatieverwerkingssystemen - Gedistribueerde gegevensoverdracht door middel van glasvezelkabel (FDDI) - Deel 1: Protocol voor de fysieke laag van de "Token Ring" (PHY)

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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 31
Commissie Interconnection of information technology equipment
Gepubliceerd op 01-03-1994
Taal Engels
This part of ISO 9314 specifies the Physical Layer Protocol (PHY), the upper sublayer of the Physical Layer, for Fibre Distributed Data Interface (FDDI). FDDI provides a high-bandwidth (100 Mbit/s), general-purpose interconnection among computers and peripheral equipment using fibre optics as the transmission medium. FDDI can be configured to support a sustained transfer rate of approximately 80 Mbit/s (10 Mbyte/s). It may not meet the response time requirements of all unbuffered high-speed devices. FDDI establishes connections among many stations distributed over distances of several kilometers in extent. Default values for FDDI were calculated on the basis of 1000 physical links and a total fibre path length of 200 km (typically corresponding to 500 stations and 100 km of dual fibre cable).

Details

ICS-code 35.100.10
Nederlandse titel Informatieverwerkingssystemen - Gedistribueerde gegevensoverdracht door middel van glasvezelkabel (FDDI) - Deel 1: Protocol voor de fysieke laag van de "Token Ring" (PHY)
Engelse titel Information processing systems - Fibre Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) - Part 1: Token Ring Physical Layer Protocol (PHY)

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