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Layer 2 or the Datalink layer provides physical addressing and access to media. It defines how data is to be formatted for transmission and how… Read More
Prerequisite – Difference between Unipolar, Polar and Bipolar Line Coding Schemes  Manchester encoding is a synchronous clock encoding technique used by the physical layer of… Read More
Wake-on-LAN (WoL) is an Ethernet or token ring computer networking standard that allows a computer to be turned on or awakened by a network message. … Read More
The arrangement of a network that comprises nodes and connecting lines via sender and receiver is referred to as network topology. The various network topologies… Read More
A local Area Network (LAN) is a data communication network connecting various terminals or computers within a building or limited geographical area. The connection among… Read More
Please refer this as a prerequisite article: Sliding Window Protocol (sender side)| set 1 Sliding Window Protocol is actually a theoretical concept in which we… Read More
Prerequisite : Stop and Wait ARQ The Stop and Wait ARQ offers error and flow control, but may cause big performance issues as sender always… Read More
We’ve been studying a lot about the Wired Network. Ethernet is the most common example. Wired networks differ from wireless which uses radio waves rather… Read More
Error A condition when the receiver’s information does not match with the sender’s information. During transmission, digital signals suffer from noise that can introduce errors… Read More
Characteristics Used in Connection-oriented communication. It offers error and flows control It is used in Data Link and Transport Layers Stop and Wait for ARQ… Read More

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