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Communication Bandwidth

The current generation of computer networks is domination by a rapid increase in communication bandwidth (which has surpass even the increase in computer power) and low transmission error rate.  Discuss briefly the impact of this trend on the OSI reference model and its protocol stack.
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dumbscottyCommented:
Are you trying to get us to do your homework?
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mark2150Commented:
Yeah, sounds like a CompSci assignment to me!

Betcha he won't award the points for less than 1,500 words either! (grin)

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LaphroaigCommented:
The OSI reference model is very unhappy about it all, and the stacks not ecstatic either.
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michelandreCommented:
You had a CRC transmission error in you domination. Check it out if you don't want to be dominated by the network layer sending NACK, and the transport asking for retransmission.
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cyszetoCommented:
line speed required = 2 * 22kHz * 7 bits = 308 kbps.
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cbgoldAuthor Commented:
Why is the OSI model unhappy?
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joopvCommented:
The final answer : 42  !
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