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Bayone-Neill-Concelman (BNC) connector A common coaxial cable connector bidirectional authentication An authentication method involving a challenge and a
response from sender to receiver and vice versa
bidirectional frame (B-frame) An MPEG frame that is related to the preceding and
following I-frame or P-frame
binary exponential backup In contention access methods, a retransmission delay strategy
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binary notation Representation of IP addresses in binary biphase A type of polar encoding where the signal changes at the middle of the bit interval
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bipolar encoding A digital-to-digital encoding method in which 0 amplitude represents binary 0 and positive and negative amplitudes represent alternate Is bipolar with 8-zero substitution (B8ZS) A scrambling technique in which a stream of 8
zeros are replaced by a predefined pattern to improve bit synchronization
GLOSSARY
bit Binary digit The smallest unit of data (0 or 1) bit rate The number of bits transmitted per second bit stuffing In a bit-oriented protocol, the process of adding an extra bit in the data section of
a frame to prevent a sequence of bits from looking like a flag
bit-oriented protocol A protocol in which the data frame is interpreted as a sequence of bits block cipher An encryption/decryption algorithm that has a block of bits as its basic unit block code An error detection/correction code in which data are divided into units called
datawords Redundant bits are added to each dataword to create a codeword
block coding A coding method to ensure synchronization and detection of errors blocking An event that occurs when a switched network is working at its full capacity and
cannot accept more input
Bluetooth A wireless LAN technology designed to connect devices of different functions such
as telephones and notebooks in a small area such as a room
Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) The protocol that provides configuration information from
a table (file)
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) An interautonomous system routing protocol based on
path vector routing
bridge A network device operating at the first two layers of the Internet model with filtering
and forwarding capabilities
broadband transmission Transmission of signals using modulation of a higher frequency
signal The term implies a wide-bandwidth data combined from different sources
broadcast address An address that allows transmission of a message to all nodes of a network broadcast/unknown server (BUS) A server connected to an ATM switch that can multicast
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broadcasting Transmission of a message to all nodes in a network browser An application program that displays a WWW document A browser usually uses
other Internet services to access the document
BSS-transition mobility In a wireless LAN, a station that can move from one BSS to
another but is confined inside one ESS
bucket brigade attack See man-in-the middle attack burst error Error in a data unit in which two or more bits have been altered bursty data Data with varying instantaneous transmission rates bus topology A network topology in which all computers are attached to a shared medium byte stuffing In a byte-oriented protocol, the process of adding an extra byte in the data section
of a frame to prevent a byte from looking like a flag
byte-oriented protocol A protocol in which the data section of the frame is interpreted as a
sequence of bytes (characters)
cable modem A technology in which the TV cable provides Internet access cable modem transmission system (CMTS) A device installed inside the distribution
hub that receives data from the Internet and passes them to the combiner
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cable TV network A system using coaxial or fiber optic cable that brings multiple channels of video programs into homes caching The storing of information in a small, fast memory Caesar cipher A shift cipher used by Julius Caesar with the key value of 3 carrier extension A technique in Gigabit Ethernet that increases the minimum length of the frame to achieve a higher maximum cable length carrier sense multiple access (CSMA) listens to the line before transmitting data A contention access method in which each station An access
carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance (CSMA/CA) method in which collision is avoided
carrier sense multiple access with collision detection (CSMA/CD) An access method in which stations transmit whenever the transmission medium is available and retransmit when collision occurs carrier signal A high frequency signal used for digital-to-analog or analog-to-analog modulation One of the characteristics of the carrier signal (amplitude, frequency, or phase) is changed according to the modulating data cell A small, fixed-size data unit; also, in cellular telephony, a geographical area served by a cell office cell network A network using the cell as its basic data unit cellular telephony A wireless communication technique in which an area is divided into cells A cell is served by a transmitter Certification Authority (CA) An agency such as a federal or state organization that binds a public key to an entity and issues a certificate Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) protocol used for authentication channel A communications pathway A multiple access method in which the available bandwidth of a link is See byte-oriented protocol channelization shared in time
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