Fiber distributed data interface
Fiber distributed data interface overview
ABSTRACT After exploring various alternatives to secondgeneration local area networks (LANs), Digital selected the fiber distributed data interface (FDDI) system. FDDI implements the International Standards Organization (ISO) physical layer and the media access
ULTRIX Fiber Distributed Data Interface Networking Subsystem Implementation
ABSTRACT The ULTRIX operating system, Digital's version of the UNIX operating system, supports the first implementation of a host networking subsystem with a fiber distributed data interface (FDDI) network adapter. Digital's FDDIcontroller 700 adapter provides a single
Design Considerations of Laser Source in a Ring Network Based on Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI)
ABSTRACT This work presents the use of laser diode in the fiber distributed data interface FDDI networks. FDDI uses optical fiber as a transmission media. This solves the problems resulted from the EMI, and noise. In addition it increases the security of transmission. A
Wireless sensor networks
Ethernet in popularity. IEEE standardized the token ring with the IEEE 802.5 specification. The Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) specifies a 100Mbit/s token-passing, dual-ring LAN that uses fiber optic cable. It was developed
High performance virtual machines (HPVM): Clusters with supercomputing APIs and performance
Cray Research, Inc., Cray T3D System Architecture Overview, March 1993.  Fiber-distributed data interface (FDDI)-Token ring media access control (MAC). American National Standard for Information Systems ANSI X3.139-1987, July 1987.
Open Systems and Standards for software product development
Communications Standards 37 4.1 Asynchronous Transfer Mode 39 4.2 Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) 42 4.3 Fiber Distributed Data Interface 45 4.4 Frame Relay 48 4.5 internet 49 4.6 Integrated Services Digital Network 55 4.7 Multi protocol Label Switching 56 4.8 Open Systems
Rabbit: A tool for BDD-based verification of real-time systems
A good variable ordering with variable k at the first position reduces the representation to 6 190 BDD nodes. Token-Ring-FDDI Protocol (Table 2). Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) is a high speed protocol for local networks based on token ring technology.
Simulation of packet data networks using OPNET
ABSTRACT In this paper we describe the use of the OPNET simulation tool for modeling and analysis of packet data networks. We simulate two types of high-performance networks: Fiber Distributed Data Interface and Asynchronous Transfer Mode.
The design of VIP-FS: A virtual, parallel filesystem for high performance parallel and distributed computing
High Performance I/O for Parallel Computers: Problems and Prospects. IEEE Computer, March 1994. 9] FE Ross. An Overview of FDDI: The Fiber Distributed Data Interface. IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications,
Flight demonstration of X-33 vehicle health management system components on the F/A-18 systems research aircraft
NASA Dryden Flight Research Center and Sanders teamed to demonstrate that the distributed remote health nodes, fiber optic distributed strain sensor, and fiber distributed data interface communications components of the X-33 vehicle health management (VHM) system could
Output feedback control under randomly varying distributed delays
Asynchronous time-division-multiplexed networks, such as those using the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) token bus2 and Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) token ring3 protocols, are expected to meet the data rate, data latency, and reliability requirements for
Efficient parallel simulation with the statistical synchronization method
THE SIMULATED SYSTEM To examine the characteristics of the SSM in a practically important case, a widely used communication network: Fiber Distributed Data Interface was chosen. FDDI is a 100-Mbps fiber optic network standard.
Fibre channel: replacement for MIL-STD-1553next generation military data bus
data distribution, are pushing 1553 well beyond the limits of its bandwidth. Several high speed interconnect technologies, among them Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI), Fibre Channel, ATM, IEEE 1394 (Firewire) and Fast Ethernet are competing to replace 1553.
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