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From what I learned "daisy chaining" is something you could only do with 1Base5: StarLAN.
It allowed each computer connected to the hub to in turn have 10 other computers hooked up to it in a chain....
The higher the catagory the higher the transmission rate (more twists in the twisted pairs causing less emi/rfi, crosstalk, etc).
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 Homework 3 - Answers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
[5] 1base5 two nodes 250m from hub (500m).
Assume the packet size is the same as in problem 7.
Note that the bit rate of 1base5 is different from the others.
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 WiFi-Forum - Does anybody have 10base5, 1base5, starlan1, or 10broad36 still running?
WiFi-Forum - Does anybody have 10base5, 1base5, starlan1, or 10broad36 still running?
03-07-2005 04:01 AM Does anybody have 10base5, 1base5, starlan1, or 10broad36 still running?
The 1MB/s protocals were starlan1 and 1base5, both running on
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 Does anybody have 10base5, 1base5, starlan1, or 10broad36 st - Ethernet
Does anybody have 10base5, 1base5, starlan1, or 10broad36 st - Ethernet
Posted: Sun Mar 13, 2005 3:56 am Post subject: Re: Does anybody have 10base5, 1base5, starlan1, or 10broad3
Posted: Sun May 15, 2005 12:20 am Post subject: Re: Does anybody have 10base5, 1base5, starlan1, or 10broad3
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 [BAWUG] 802.11b Long Range non line of sight   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
IBM's parts of the MAC were the beacon and related constructs, and the Photonics parts were addressing, segmentation, positive acknowledgements, and time slots.
Symbol provided a consultant - Greg Ennis - with 802.3 committee experience as advocate for a proposed standard based on the IBM PC Network built by Ennis' former employer, Sytek, rejected by the committee in favor of Ethernet on twisted pair, or StarLAN (1BASE5)..
The history of this standard isn't widely known.
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 EE4074 Winter'97 Homework 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The ACK packet size is also 100 bits and the window size is 1 (each packet is acknowledged).
If your answer is a percentage, include the % sign.
Nick Names Answers [ ] 10base5 A. StarLAN [ ] 10base2 B. Broadband [ ] 1base5 C. Thin Coax [ ] 10broad36 D. Thick Coax [ ] 10base-T E. UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) #7.
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 Home Work 2 Answers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Two that can use unshielded twisted pair (old telephone wire) [ 1base5 (StarLAN), 10base-T ] H.
Two that are in the Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) Class.
One whose total bits per second transmitted by all stations can exceed the basic bit clock frequency.
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 Chapter 12: Local Area Networks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
ATandT product used very infrequently today because it is so slow
In spite of its slow speed, 1BASE5 has an impressive range, 500m, especially considering it uses UTP just like 10BASE-T (with its 100m range)
StarLAN allows as many as 10 stations to be daisy-chained to a single hub port.
aldebaran.tekinteractive.net /cis202ivy/chapters/12/12_slide0021.htm   (50 words)

  
 WiFi-Forum - Does anybody have 10base5, 1base5, starlan1, or 10broad36 still running?
03-08-2005 11:36 PM Re: Does anybody have 10base5, 1base5, starlan1, or 10broad36 stillrunning?
Perhaps you could post the text or a link to it here.
Due to the volume of email that I receive, I may not not be able to
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