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Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a protocol that allows data, sound and video being transferred between independent networks via ISDN links to be supplied to, and interpreted by, the various system protocols.
ATM and Internet Protocol explains the working of the ATM and B-ISDN network for readers with a basic understanding of telecommunications. It provides a handy reference to everyone working with ATM who may not require the full standards in detail, but need a comprehensive guide to ATM. A substantial section is devoted to the problems of running IP over ATM and there is some discussion of Frame Relay.
- A pragmatic introduction to the ATM and IP standards
- The latest practical approaches to running IP over ATM
- A comprehensive telecommunications glossary
Telecommunications managers and engineers in industry. MSc telecommunications courses. Senior undergraduate electronic engineers specialising in telecommunications
An introduction to B-ISDN
B-ISDN structure and architecture
Support for the internet and other protocols
Operations and maintenance (OAM)
Organisations and companies
Glossary and bibliography
- No. of pages:
- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1998
- 2nd December 2012
- Paperback ISBN:
- eBook ISBN:
University of Wales, Cardiff, UK
School of Electrical, Electronic and Systems Engineering, University of Wales College of Cardiff, UK
"...a handy reference." --Lavoisier
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