Star Topology

  • (noun): The topology of a network whose components are connected to a hub.
    Synonyms: star

Some articles on star topology, star, topology:

Very-small-aperture Terminal - Configurations
... Most VSAT networks are configured in one of these topologies A star topology, using a central uplink site, such as a network operations center (NOC), to transport data back and forth to each VSAT terminal via ... centralized uplink sites (and VSAT terminals stemming from it) connected in a multi-star topology with each star (and each terminal in each star) connected to each other in a mesh topology ... Others configured in only a single star topology sometimes will have each terminal connected to each other as well, resulting in each terminal acting as a central hub ...
Ethernet - Evolution - Repeaters and Hubs
... with more than two ports became available, it was possible to wire the network in a star topology ... Early experiments with star topologies (called "Fibernet") using optical fiber were published by 1978 ... Shared cable Ethernet was always hard to install in offices because its bus topology was in conflict with the star topology cable plans designed into buildings for telephony ...

Famous quotes containing the word star:

    And tell so readily, he knoweth well
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    —Bible: Hebrew Psalm CXLVII (Paraphrased by The Countess of Pembroke)