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Title: Implementation of Segnet and its experimental performance
Authors: Lye, K. 
Yap, F. 
Wong, W. 
Keywords: cluster
local area networks
medium access control technique
packet length
packet reception
packet transmission
Issue Date: Oct-1990
Citation: Lye, K.,Yap, F.,Wong, W. (1990-10). Implementation of Segnet and its experimental performance. Computer Communications 13 (8) : 478-486. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This paper describes the hardware implementation of Segnet, a bus network based on the CSMA/CD medium access control technique having dynamic segmentation capability. A six-station PC-based network was set up and its performance evaluated. The experimental results obtained are compared with the simulation results; excellent agreement is achieved. It is also found that Segnet performs better under clustered traffic environments and as the number of clusters increases. The performance of individual source-destination pairs is also investigated and the effect of varying packet length examined. © 1990.
Source Title: Computer Communications
ISSN: 01403664
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