6 edition of ATM, Volume II Signaling in Broadband Networks found in the catalog.
August 11, 1997
by Prentice Hall
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||191|
ATM phosphorylates the NF-κB essential modulator (NEMO), leading to its ubiquitylation and the export of NEMO and ATM to the cytoplasm. NF-κB signaling by ATM has been linked to immune system development, DNA repair, tumor progression, and defects in the nuclear lamina (Bredemeyer et al., ; Barascu et al., ; McCool and Miyamoto, ATM, Volume II Signaling in Broadband Networks 10 copies Frame Relay Networks: Specifications and Implementations (McGraw-Hill 9 copies Internet Security Protocols: Protecting IP Traffic 8 copies.
In this paper, we propose an ATM‐based Personal Communication Service (PCS) network architecture with ring‐based access networks. We also propose a simple ring management scheme using ATM Add‐Drop‐Multiplexers (ADM). The ring has a Virtual Star topology, and we manage its bandwidth at two levels: Virtual Path (VP) level and Virtual Channel (VC) level. Ethernet is frame-based, ATM is cell-based with isochronous transmission. ATM is generally utilized in a WAN as opposed to a LAN. ATM is a more robust and powerful protocol used for backbones. ATM is connection-oriented setting up a PVC before data transmission which usually runs over fiber. ATM equipment is much more expensive.
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A multiservice wireless Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) access system is considered from a signaling protocol viewpoint. In an attempt to generalize and extend results and experiences obtained from the specification, design, and implementation of fixed ATM‐based access networks, we extend the concept of the broadband V interface (referred to as VB) for application to wireless ATM access.
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First published in 2 editions. Not in Library. Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a telecommunications standard defined by ANSI and ITU (formerly CCITT) for digital transmission of multiple types of traffic, including telephony (voice), data, and video signals in one network without the use of separate overlay networks.
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