High Speed Networks PG (6692.7)
|Faculty:||Faculty of Science and Technology|
|Discipline:||Academic Program Area - Technology|
UC - Canberra, Bruce
Year Teaching Period Convener Mode of Delivery 2020 Semester 1 MR Ibrahim ELGENDI (Ph: ) ON-CAMPUS
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Computer networking is undergoing a fundamental transformation. The use of optical fibre for data transmission has made Gigabit/sec communications networks feasible. This unit analysing interpret elements, organizational principles and internal relationships. The technology and software used to implement such high-speed networks will be also analysing.
The successful completion of this unit, the students will:
1. Develop specialised knowledge related to the building blocks and operation of high speed networking technology to research and analyse a network in terms of quality and liability of the individual components;
2. Determine related hardware and software components to meet the designed network; and
3. Analyse critically and reflect on the relations and interrelations of the designed network.
- UC - Canberra, Bruce
Up to 4 hours per week, 2L + 1T + 1L
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