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CS 2705 - Network Fundamentals and Design

Credits: (4)
Typically taught:
Fall [Full Sem, Online]
Spring [Full Sem, Online]
Summer [Online]


A comprehensive examination of the hardware and software components of a network and the practical techniques for designing and implementing computer systems in a network. Topics will include the purpose and use of various LAN, MAN, WAN configurations (Ethernet, rings HDLC, SMDS, ATM, Frame Relay, ISDN, xDSL, TCP/IP UDP/IP, x.25, PPP, Sonet and new protocols. Media type and structures (repeaters, bridges, switches, hubs, routers with routing algorithms, and gateways), signaling/data encoding, multiplexing, error detection/correction and flow control, packet formats, network classes, and subnetting. Prerequisite: CS 1030  and CS 1400 .



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