Norm

NEN-ISO 9314-2:1994 en

Informatieverwerkingssystemen - Gedistribueerde gegevensoverdracht door middel van glasvezelkabel (FDDI) - Deel 2: Mediatoegangsbesturing van de "Token Ring" (MAC)

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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 67
Commissie Interconnection of information technology equipment
Gepubliceerd op 01-03-1994
Taal Engels
This part of ISO 9314 specifies the Media Acces Control (MAC), the lower sublayer of the Data Link Layer (DLL), 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 in a ring configuration. FDDI can be configured to support a substained transfer rate of approximately 80 Mbit/s (10 Mbyte/s). It may not meet the respons time requirements of all unbuffered high speed devices. FDDI establishes the connection among many stations distributed over distances of several kilometres in extent. Default values for the FDDI were calculated to accommodate rings of up to 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 2: Mediatoegangsbesturing van de "Token Ring" (MAC)
Engelse titel Information processing systems - Fibre Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) - Part 2: Token Ring Media Access Control (MAC)

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