Chapter 10. Wide Area Networks. Contents. The need for Wide area networks (WANs) Point-to-point approaches Statistical multiplexing, TDM, FDM approaches Dial-up, T/ DS links X.25, Frame relay, ATM SONET DWDM WANs and TCP/ IP stack. Definition.
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Wide Area Networks
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