IEEE 802.5

IEEE 802.5

The IEEE token ring standard. The most common type of token ring.
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First, one node might perform some special function, like the monitor node of an IEEE 802.
When IBM announced a 16-Mb/s version of its token-ring network operating at four times the speed of the IEEE 802.
In addition, many Token Ring vendors have either announced or are already shipping their Token Ring switches and full duplex capable adapters per the IEEE 802.
SPUs are interconnected via two types of rings: circuit rings, which carry all voice traffic and data at speeds to 56 kb/s; and the integral token-ring local-area network, which is compatible with the IEEE 802.
The Token Ring NB/c Card comes with an industry standard DB-9 port which allows connections to IEEE 802.
Following this effort, he worked on local area network technology, and was one of the developers of key token ring LAN concepts, which directly led to commercial products, and helped stimulate the IEEE 802.
The Apple PCI Token Ring card requires one available Macintosh PCI slot and an IEEE 802.
According to Dave Olechovsky, chairman of the High-Speed Token Ring Alliance, "Our mission is to pursue an IEEE 802.
TROPIC is a fully integrated single-chip solution incorporating system bus interfaces, certified ring interface, and all requisite IEEE 802.
NASDAQ: PTON) today published a concentrator-based jitter reduction technology design that can provide both robust and cost-effective 16 megabit per second (Mbps) IEEE 802.