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In a ring, each piece automatically expands, does not wait
This also includes the remaining pockets. Typically, each bit will surround the entire ring at the required time.
21 Send several pieces, often before giving the whole pocket.

Like all other broadcasts
The settings require certain rules to resolve simultaneous access to the ring. different ways like
Changing machines, used. IEEE 802.5 (IBM Token Ring), Ring-based LAN 4. runs on
at 16 Mbps. Another example of a ring network is FDDI.

Depending on how the channel is assigned, broadcast networks can be divided into static and dynamic. a
The usual standard allocation is the use of a round-robin algorithm that divides the time into distinct intervals.
Each machine should broadcast only when its time interval is close. Fixed Allocation Waste Channel Capacity
The machine says nothing in the allocated space, so most systems try to assign the channel
turbulent (ie, when requested).

Dynamic allocation methods for a common channel can be centralized or decentralized. in a centralized position
The channel allocation system is a single company, for example HERE.

 

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