In this course students will study architectures, protocols and layers in distributed communication networks and develop client-server applications. Topics include the OSI and TCP/IP models, transmission fundamentals, flow and error control, switching and routing, local and wide-area networks, wireless networks and client-server models. Students will extend course topics via programming assignments, library assignments and other requirements.
Prerequisites: CET 3679 and CDA 3100.
Terms Offered: Spring, Summer
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