On Distributed Communications: Summary Overview
Jan 1, 1964
VIII. The Multiplexing Station
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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 describes the multiplexing stations that connect subscribers to switching nodes (detailed in RM-3763-PR) of the proposed broadband distributed network. The description is presented in engineering detail, showing how the station can process simultaneously traffic from as many as 1024 separate users, sending a mixture of start-stop teletype signals and synchronous signals at various rates.
II. Operations Within the Multiplexing Station
III. Input/Output Devices
IV. User-to-User Considerations
V. Detailed System Configuration
VI. Major Equipment Complement
List of Publications in the Series
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