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August 1995, Article 3

Physical Signaling in 100VG-AnyLAN

A physical layer has been developed for demand priority local area networks that accommodates different cable types by means of different physical medium dependent (PMD) sublayers. The major goal was to provide 100-Mbit/s transmission on existing cables, including Category 3, 4, and 5 UTP, STP, and multimode optical fiber.

by Alistair N. Coles, David G. Cunningham, Joseph A. Curcio, Jr., Daniel J. Dove, and Steven G. Methley

Article 3 - aug95a3.pdf

Cross Talk in Unshielded Twisted-Pair Cables - aug95a3a.pdf

Multilevel Signaling - aug95a3b.pdf

Cross Talk Analysis - aug95a3c.pdf

Optical-Fiber Links for 100VG-AnyLAN - aug95a3d.pdf

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