multiple-access network

multiple-access network

[′məl·tə·pəl ¦ak‚ses ′net‚wərk]
(computer science)
A computer network that permits every computer on it to communicate with the network at any time during operation. Also known as multi-access network.
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N-CDL is the first wideband data link waveform to provide a self-forming, self-healing, jam resistant, adaptive data rate, Internet Protocol (IP)-compatible multiple-access network with an aggregate capacity of 137 Mbps (outbound) and 67 Mbps (inbound), while supporting 50 active nodes.

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