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Data Communications Pocket Book

Book • Second Edition1992

Author:

Michael Tooley

Data Communications Pocket Book

Book • Second Edition1992

 

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    Abbreviations commonly used in data communications

    Pages 9-13

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    Abbreviations used for advisory bodies and other organisations

    Page 14

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    Manufacturers' prefixes for semiconductor devices

    Pages 14-16

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    CCITT recommendations

    Pages 16-22

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    International alphabet no. 2 (IA2)

    Page 23

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    Extended binary coded decimal interchange code(EBCDIC)

    Pages 23-25

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    International alphabet no. 5 (IA5)

    Pages 25-29

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    Terminal control codes

    Pages 29-35

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    Commonly used control characters (with keyboard entry)

    Pages 35-37

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    Decimal, binary, hexadecimal and ASCII conversion table

    Pages 37-42

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    Powers of 2

    Page 42

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    Power of 16

    Page 43

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    Parallel I/O devices

    Pages 43-44

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    IEEE-488 interface standard

    Page 45

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    IEEE-488 devices

    Pages 45-46

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    IEEE-488 bus signals

    Pages 46-48

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    Multiline commands

    Pages 48-50

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    IEEE-488 bus configuration

    Page 50

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    IEEE-488 software

    Pages 50-53

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    IEEE-488 programming

    Pages 53-54

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    Serial I/O devices

    Pages 54-56

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    Popular VLSI support devices

    Pages 57-59

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    Centronics printer interface

    Pages 59-61

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    Serial data transmission

    Pages 61-68

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    RS-232

    Pages 68-69

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    RS-232D signals and functions

    Pages 69-71

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    Subset of the most commonly used RS-232 signals

    Page 71

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    RS-232 waveforms

    Pages 71-72

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    RS-232 electrical characteristics

    Page 73

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    RS-232 logic and voltage levels

    Pages 73-74

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    Simplified arrangement of a microcomputer RS-232 interface

    Page 74

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    RS-232 enhancements

    Page 75

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    RS-422

    Page 75

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    RS-422 logic and voltage levels

    Pages 75-76

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    RS-423

    Page 76

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    RS-449

    Pages 76-77

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    RS-423 logic and voltage levels

    Pages 77-78

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    Electrical characteristics of popular interface specifications

    Page 78

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    RS-232 data cables

    Pages 78-79

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    RS-232 pin connections

    Page 80

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    RS-449 pin connections

    Page 80

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    RS-232 signals and pin connections

    Page 81

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    S5/8 interface standard

    Pages 81-82

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    Line drivers and line receivers

    Page 83

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    Line driver and line receiver pin connections

    Pages 83-87

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    Basic logic gates

    Page 88

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    Logic circuit equivalents

    Pages 88-89

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    Mixed logic equivalents

    Page 90

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    Typical links between computers

    Pages 90-91

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    Typical null-modem arrangements

    Page 91

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    Modems

    Pages 92-93

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    Modem signal frequencies

    Pages 93-94

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    V21 frequency spectrum (300/300 baud)

    Page 95

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    V21 channels for 300/300 baud

    Page 95

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    Permitted transmitted spectrum (BS 6305)

    Page 95

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    Modem connecting methods

    Page 96

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    DTMF digits and tone pairs

    Page 97

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    Transmitter carrier and signalling frequency specifications

    Page 97

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    Line signal encoding (V26A and V26B)

    Page 98

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    Differential two-phase encoding (V26bis)

    Page 98

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    Differential four-phase encoding (V26A and V26B/Bell 201)

    Page 98

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    Typical bit error rate performance for a modem

    Page 99

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    Data communications test equipment

    Pages 99-100

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    Fault finding on RS-232 systems

    Pages 100-102

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    Communication protocols

    Page 102

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    ISO model for open systems interconnection

    Pages 102-103

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    Flow control

    Page 104

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    X-ON/X-OFF flow control

    Page 104

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    XMODEM protocol

    Pages 104-106

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    XMODEM/CRC protocol

    Pages 106-107

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    Kermit

    Pages 107-113

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    CCITT X.25

    Pages 113-115

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    High-level data link control

    Pages 115-116

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    HDLC frame structure

    Page 116

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    Local area networks

    Pages 117-120

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    Typical LAN selection flowchart

    Page 121

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    Popular network standards

    Pages 121-123

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    Summary of popular LAN specifications

    Page 124

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    Ethernet

    Pages 125-127

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    LAN software

    Page 128

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    Network operating systems

    Pages 128-130

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    Integrated services digital networks

    Pages 130-131

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    ISDN in the UK

    Page 131

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    ITT System 12

    Pages 131-133

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    Future developments in ISDN

    Pages 133-134

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    Data cable types

    Pages 134-136

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    Coaxial cable data

    Pages 137-138

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    Screened and unscreened pair data

    Pages 138-139

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    Cable equivalents

    Pages 139-140

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    Recommended cables

    Pages 140-141

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    Optical fibre technology

    Pages 141-145

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    Optical fibre connectors

    Pages 145-146

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    Optical sources

    Page 146

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    Optical detectors

    Pages 146-147

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    PC Video display modes and adapter standards

    Page 147

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    Transmission element specifications

    Pages 148-149

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    Decibels and ratios of power, voltage and current

    Pages 149-153

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    Transmission line power levels and voltages

    Pages 153-155

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    Flowchart symbols

    Page 155

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    Addresses of advisory bodies, standards institutes, and other organisations

    Pages 156-157

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    Glossary of data communications terms

    Pages 157-166

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    Index

    Pages 167-175

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    Semiconductor devices

    Page 176

About the book

Description

Data Communications Pocket Book, Second Edition presents information relevant to data communication. The book provides tabulated reference materials with a brief description and diagrams. The coverage of the text includes abbreviations, terminal control codes, and conversion tables. The text will be of great use to individuals involved in the interconnection of computer systems.

Data Communications Pocket Book, Second Edition presents information relevant to data communication. The book provides tabulated reference materials with a brief description and diagrams. The coverage of the text includes abbreviations, terminal control codes, and conversion tables. The text will be of great use to individuals involved in the interconnection of computer systems.

Details

ISBN

978-0-7506-0427-7

Language

English

Published

1992

Copyright

Copyright © 1992 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Imprint

Newnes

Authors

Michael Tooley