Data Communications

  • John Bingham
  • Garth Davies
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Part of the Macmillan Professional Masters book series

Abstract

Every information system depends to some extent on data communications. Any process which forwards data from place to place is a form of data communications; this process may include such varying means as postal services or wired connections between parts of a central processor and its peripherals. It is, however, the exploitation of telecommunications facilities for transmitting data which is the normal meaning of the term ‘data communications’ today.

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© John E. Bingham and Garth W. P. Davies 1992

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  • John Bingham
  • Garth Davies

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