Jan 1, 1964
One in a series of eleven memoranda detailing the Distributed Adaptive Message Block Network, a proposed digital data communications system based on a distributed network concept. It considers the engineering specifications of the proposed system's switching node. It is felt that a small, unmanned switching node (yet having higher throughput rates than current large installations occupying thousands of square feet and requiring many people to maintain operations) can be built. The network proposal revolves around the feasibility of using this small, unmanned switching node.
Number of Connecting Links
Link and Link Unit Specification
Detailed Flow Charts
Central Processor Description
Internode Timing Considerations
List of Publications in the Series