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18-345 Introduction to Telecommunication Networks

Department:Electrical & Comp. Eng.
Prerequisites:15-113 and 18-240 and 36-217
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This course introduces the fundamental concepts of telecommunication networks. Underlying engineering principles of telephone networks, computer networks and integrated digital networks are discussed. Topics in the course include: telephone and data networks overview; OSI layers; data link protocol; flow control, congestion control, routing; local area networks (Ethernet, Token Ring and FDDI); transport layer; introduction to high-speed networks; performance evaluation techniques. 4 hrs. lec.

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