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ESPRIT ’90 pp 705-717 | Cite as

Primary Rate ISDN OSI Office Facilities

  • B. Patel
Conference paper

Abstract

PROOF (Primary Rate ISDN OSI Office Facilities) is an ESPRIT II project which began in January 1989 and is due to end in mid-1992. The project looks at the issues of interworking between existing Ethernet LANs and the ISDN in the distributed office environment.

Keywords

Local Area Network Primary Rate Work Package Carrier Sense Multiple Access Integrate Service Digital Network 
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© ECSC, EEC, EAEC, Brussels and Luxembourg 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • B. Patel
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  1. 1.3 NET LimitedDaneshill, Basingstoke, HantsUK

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