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Computer Communication Networks For BSEE: Course Outline

Objective: To help the students gain an understanding of the terminology and standards in modern day computer networks. To make the students understand communication basics, networking and network technologies; with emphasis on data and computer communica

Course Outline

  • Network architectures and switching techniques
  • Characteristics of transmission media
  • Channel access protocols and their efficiency
  • Link control protocols and their efficiency
  • Routing algorithms and protocols
  • Interconnection of network at the link level and at the network level
  • The Internet Protocol (IP) and associated
  • Control protocols
  • End-to-end protocols with TCP and UDP as examples
  • Congestion control and flow control
  • Cursory view of application-level protocols including electronic mail
  • HTTP and DNS
  • Introduction to network calculus (Optional).



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