ARCnet

Attached Resource Computer Network

ARCNET

Attached Resource Computer NETwork (abbreviated ARCNET or ARCnet) is a communications protocol for local area networks. ARCNET was the first widely available networking system for microcomputers; it became popular in the 1980s for office automation tasks. It was later applied to embedded systems where certain features of the protocol are especiall...
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ARCnet

(In topic `Network Architectures`) ARCnet (Attached Resource Computer Network) is one of the main types of Token Ring networks. Inexpensive and easy to install, ARCnet was originally limited by its signaling speed of 2.5 Mbits per second but a newer version, ARCnet Plus is capable of a throughput of 20 Mbits per second. (see Token Ring).
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Arcnet

Arcnet is a LAN architecture developed by Datapoint Corporation featuring low cost for connection of groups of (Async) terminals to a (mini) computer within a premises.
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ARCnet

Attached Resource Computer Network is an architecture using star and bus topology.
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ARCnet

Attached Resource Computer Network. A 2.5-Mbps token-bus LAN developed in the late 1970s and early 1980s by Datapoint Corporation.
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