# Networking Questions

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### aasi...@gmail.com

Dec 26, 2007, 9:00:34 PM12/26/07
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a. What is the difference between Isochronous and Asynchronous
networks?

b. What is the difference between provisioning and signaling?

Question # 2 (Marks: 10)
How much data can be"in flight" between a sending ground station, a
satellite, and a
receiving station? To find out, compute the delay-throughput product
for a satellite
network that operates at 3 megabits per second. Assume that the
satellite orbits at 20,000
miles above the earth, and that radio transmissions propagate at the
speed of light.

reply me in detail and with examples of each and show necesary
diagramm
thanks

### Doug McIntyre

Dec 27, 2007, 9:34:25 AM12/27/07
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aasi...@gmail.com writes:

>a. What is the difference between Isochronous and Asynchronous
>networks?

Thats on page 35 of your textbook.

>b. What is the difference between provisioning and signaling?

Thats on page 36 of your textbook.

>Question # 2 (Marks: 10)
>How much data can be"in flight" between a sending ground station, a
>satellite, and a
>receiving station? To find out, compute the delay-throughput product
>for a satellite
>network that operates at 3 megabits per second. Assume that the
>satellite orbits at 20,000
>miles above the earth, and that radio transmissions propagate at the
>speed of light.

There's a simular exercise at the end of the chapter.