Ethernet (Ethernet) refers to the baseband LAN specification created by Xerox Company and jointly developed by Xerox, Intel, and Dec companies, which is the most common communication protocol standard used in existing LAN. Ethernet networks use CSMA/CD (carrier-sniffing multipath access and collision detection) techniques and run at 10M/S speeds on multiple types of cables. Ethernet is similar to the IEEE802.3 series standard.
Includes standard Ethernet (10MBIT/S), Fast Ethernet (100MBIT/S), and 10G (10GBIT/S) Ethernet. They all conform to IEEE802.3.
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