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Business Data Networks and Telecommunications.

Business Data Networks and Telecommunications.

by Raymond R. Panko (Author) . Panko (Author), R. R. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. It provides enhanced coverage of several topics, including physical-level propagation, the latest generation of routers and switches, and server technology.

The goal is to focus on what students really need to know for today's and tomorrow's networking jobs, including such things as LAN switching, security, and quality of service (QoS).

A modular textbook about all forms of electronic communication involving computers, with 11 core chapters and 10 advanced topic chapters.

Teach networking your way. Modular design lets you tailor material to your personal teaching approach. A modular textbook about all forms of electronic communication involving computers, with 11 core chapters and 10 advanced topic chapters.

Panko, Raymond R. Publication date. Business enterprises - Computer networks - Study guides, Computer networks - Management - Study guides, Data transmission systems - Study guides, Business enterprises - Computer networks, Computer networks - Management, Data transmission systems. Upper Saddle River, .

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R. Panko, Raymond R. ISBN: 0130359149; Издательство: Prentice Hall. This cutting-edge exploration of data communications features 11 core chapters of essential material and 6 advanced modules?allowing readers at all levels of expertise to get up to speed and keep pace with the latest developments in the field. Real-world case studies, hands-on exercises, and a Market Realities section give readers a feel of?and prepare them for?the broad range of situations they are likely to encounter on the job.

Panko teaches students about the technologies that are being used in the marketplace.

Описание: For undergraduate and graduate business data communications and networking courses. Panko teaches students about the technologies that are being used in the marketplace.

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Business Data Communications and Telecommunications Raymond R. Panko Недоступно для . DR. PANKO (Ray) is a professor of information technology and management at the University of Hawaii.

Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. He received his doctorate, in communication, from Stanford. At Stanford, he had the good fortune to do early work on VSATs with Prof. Bruce Lusignan and broadband LAN planning with Prof.

Teach networking your way. Modular design lets you tailor material to your personal teaching approach. The printed text has 11 core chapters plus 10 advanced modules. Additional readings as the book's website give you more basic material plus hot-off-the-press information. Can serve as one-quarter course, but enough material for a two-semester course.

Comments: (7)

Winail
I purchased this book for a required class in my Information Systems program. While the book does a decent job of breaking down complex topics for people who are new to networking concepts, the author attempts to be funny or sarcastic. Sarcasm may work wonders in a presentation, but it often fell flat. I wish I could find the exact page, but somewhere within the first few chapters the book states something like "x term is used just to confuse networking students". Since there are many of these 'witticisms' in the book, you have to filter the relevant from irrelevant. Although this is not difficult, it is both annoying and not time-effective.

I'm suffering through this because I have to. If there is another resource that is good at breaking down technical concepts for novices, then do buy that book. If not, then be prepared.

***Update 5/3/11***
After completing my class (and reading more of the book), the book started to wain on the 'punny' but continued with an excellent explanation to those who are new to networking. I still wish the book would have gotten to the point faster, (there's still a lot of unnecessary words) but at least it was a useful resource.
Netlandinhabitant
So long ago I purchased this and I still love it!

Thank you.
olgasmile
This class was boring and so was this book. Networking is definitely more interesting than this book makes it seem. But if it's required for the class... well it's required.
riki
This is the most expensive textbook that I have ever bought. It is the seventh edition of the book and still it has spelling errors. You would think that if you are paying that much it should be perfect.

On the other hand it is up to date in technology. Networks and telecommunications are in constant change. This book keeps up with those changes.
Vudomuro
This book does not even look like it was used, it is in very good condition.
Kashicage
I would like to preface this review by stating that I am an experienced network professional with in field hands on experience, a degree, and a Network+ certification.

I had to buy this book for a class that Im taking to finish my bachelor's degree and I am extremely impressed with this book. I didn't realize how expensive this book was, but trust me, its worth the money. ( I bought it through the school).

The author covers subjects that few networking books cover in a single edition and he includes hands on labs (these labs are some of the more useful ones that I have seen and are some of the most relevant to the field of networking). This books covers topics like VLANs, RSTP, etc. I have seen almost no networking books that cover these topics (in any detail). Also, the author goes the extra mile by explaining that certain technologies are dated.

This is a very good book and one I probably wont sell.
energy breath
Panko succeeds where others fail: to give the reader a 'kind' introduction to telecommunications. Focusing on a basic, introductory understanding of the material, Panko offers clear, simplistic explanations and diagrams to illustrate what would otherwise be dense material. Once this material is grasped, it is easier for readers to move to a more detailed text. But from a cursory standpoint, Panko does just what he set out to do: to give an introduction to this subject with just enough of a 'bite' for students with little or no prior background to decide whether or not this is a field they might like to pursue further.
Raynond Panko's book contains many interesting facts about networking. The author's modules are presented in a well-written, entertaining, and sometimes humourous style. Unfortunately, the book shows little evidence that the author, a purported networking guru who has worked with the likes of Doug Engelbart (the inventor of the mouse), understands underlying network theory.
Consequently the Business Networking user who learns networking from this book may have problems communicating successfully with computer science department trained networking technicians.
One reason is that the book presents some non-standard definitions of well-know computer science terms such as "reliable protocol."
These "howlers" are apparent to anyone who may have slept through a networking course in the computer science department of a fifth rate junior college or taken a Cisco course in High School.
Lets look at a few examples. On page 40 we are told that Negative acknowledgements are "reliable protocol, which means that it does error correction." Retransmission of a packet is not technically error correction. Error correction would occur only when error correcting codes sent with a packet are used to reconstruct a packet that contains a bit error.
On page 7 the book seems to imply that there is a correspondance relationship between the labels of text in domain names such as voyager.cba.hawaii.edu and internet addresses such as 128.171.17.13. He informs us that "although all internet addresses have four segments host names can have as few as two text segments." Are we to infer that 128 is a code for voyager, while 171 is a code for cba? How do we get away with domain names with only two text labels? The books introductory presention of internet addresses and domain names is a red herring that will confuse neo-phytes over 30. On page 66-68 the book attempts to illuminate the advantages of Digital versus analog transmission. Once again the book mixes up two technical concepts "reliability" and "error correction." It is claimed that digital transmission is "reliable" because it regenerates ones and zeros. This is technically error correction not reliability which means retransmission of packets.
Reliability refers strictly to the retransmission of packets not received.
Regeneration is claimed to be the reason digital sound and video "usually look better than traditional radio and television signals, which are analog." This is not strictly true. An analog signal contains more information than a digital signal which is subject to quantitization errors. An analog signal without dropouts is better than a digital signal it is just difficult to record or transmit over long distances.
I applaud the book for attempting to present only the practical details of networking. Unfortunately to present networking with little of the underlying theory does not help students organize the flood of facts in any meaningful way. Further facts without theory do not form a basis for further study.
I am appalled that the renowned publisher of this book apparently failed to have its content checked by a technically qualified editor. After all this is the "second edition."
The book it seems is designed for students who want to memorize a few facts in order to pass a test. The book in my opinion is not designed for anyone who really wants to understand networking even practical "business networking" whatever that is.
I recommend business networking instructors stick with the current standard texts for business networking classes. Better yet try Walrand's computer science oriented introductory networking text. Students will remember more if they learn some underlying theory
Business Data Communications download epub
Networking & Cloud Computing
Author: Raymond R. Panko,R. R. Panko
ISBN: 0133081648
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
Language: English
Publisher: Prentice Hall College Div (November 1996)
Pages: 556 pages