DATA. COMMUNICATIONS. AND. NETWORKING. Fourth Edition. Behrouz A. Forouzan. DeAnza College with. Sophia Chung Fegan. #. Higher Education. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Behrouz A. Forouzan is a Professor at DeAnza College Data Communications and Networking 5th Edition, Kindle Edition. by. FIFTH EDITION FIFTH EDITION Data Communications Data Communications The ﬁfth edition of Behrouz Forouzan's Data Communications and Networking.
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Title: Data Communications and Networking, 5th Edition Author: Behrouz A. Forouzan Length: pages. Edition: 5. Language: English. Instructors and students using Data Communications and Networking, Fourth Edition by Behrouz A. Forouzan will find a wide variety of resources available at. Data Communications and Networking, 3/e provides a comprehensive and current Forouzan's book continues to be supported by an On-line Learning Center.
Chapter 25 Domain Name System. Chapter 29 Multimedia. Chapter 30 Cryptography. Chapter 31 Network Security. Chapter 10 Error Detection and Correction. Chapter 11 Data Link Control. Chapter 12 Multiple Access.
Chapter 14 Wireless LANs. Cellular Telephone and Satellite Networks. Frame Relay andATM. Logical Addressing. Internet Protocol.
Address Mapping Error Reporting and Multicasting. Delivery Forwarding and Routing. Appendix A Unicode. Appendix B Numbering Systems.
Appendix C Mathematical Review. Appendix D 8B6TCode. Appendix E Telephone History. Appendix F Contact Addresses.
Forouzan Length: English Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publication Date: Identifier Data. Identifier-ark ark: Pages Ppi Ravinder Nath Rajotiya - favorite favorite favorite favorite - April 30, Subject: Data Communications and Networking I have thoroughly studied this book as the book is prescribed text book for the course on Data Communication and Networks in our University.
At first sight, the book appears to have been written in a simple to understand English Language. The PPTs available as a resource was very useful in teachnig the subject. It covered all the topics of our syllabus except "Socket Interface". Then it differentiates between data and signals, data as those stored in computer in binary form and the signals that travel in the media.
It explains well the analaog and digital transmission.
The transmission happen over the media, so the transmission media have been covered well in the book both the type of media and the impairments. Data link layer covers the link control and the access mechanism staring from framing to flow and the error control.
The flow control have been conceptually covered well in chapters 11 and chapter 12 with suitable examples Network layer is covered in four chapters covering the logical addressing, subnet masking. Then the IPv4 and IPv6 packet formats are explained. The examples covered are very useful for analyzing and designing the networks.
I, at time got so much involved in reading those examples, that I noted them and covered in my lectures. I am fond of preparing handouts, so I have prepared my lecture notes which I am thinking to upload on my website. Transport layer is covered in chapter 23 and It starts with describing the meaning of node-to-node, host-to-host and process-to-process communication.
Flow and congestion control have been revisited with updates when compared with the flow control mechanism of DLL.