A network topology in which nodes are all connected to a single line serving as the bus.
This is a network type where a transmission medium served as a bus between all attached terminals, and it's the easiest and cheapest way to connect multiple clients. Computer motherboards and Ethernet networks both employ bus architecture.
A network with all devices sharing one common cable.
a good compromise over both Ring and Star topologies as it allows relatively high data rates
a length of cable that has a connector for each device directly attached to it
a multiple access medium for small networks and usually only consists of one cable and the devices that are attached to it
a network of processing elements that communicate by sending messages along buses in a sequence of calls
a (Specification of design principles (including data formats and procedures) for creating a network configuration
also known as ethernet. Type of local-area network that sends a packet to all computers in the network, even if it is for one particular computer. The computers check to see if it's for them. If it isn't, they trash the message. Mentioned in: Network Communication. See also: token-ring network, star network.
A network consisting of a central cable to which all network devices are attached.
A network topology described by a main spur with computers connected at various points. A popular high-level language suitable for complex system processing because low-level support. A popular object orientated high level language which is a superset of C.
a network configuration in which a single cable, laid out as one long branch, connects all the networked PCs.
A network topology that uses a single communications link to connect three or more terminals. Also called a Multi-Drop Network.
All networked PCs are connected to a single cable laid out as one long branch.
A network topology where all terminals are attached to a transmission medium serving as a bus.
A system in which all stations or computer devices communicate by using a common distribution channel or bus.
An arrangement in a local area network in which each node (work device) is connected to a main cable or link called the bus.
network topology in which all terminals are attached to a transmission medium serving as a bus. Also called a daisy-chain configuration.
A network architecture in which multiple devices are connected by a shared communication line.
A bus network is a network architecture in which a set of clients are connected via a shared communications line, called a bus. There are several common instances of the bus architecture, including one in the motherboard of most computers, and those in some versions of Ethernet networks.