Computer networking media attachment protocols

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Computer networking media sharing protocols define the rules of attachment of a single computing to a physical or wireless medium. In the case of physical media, they specify connector types, electrical or optical signal formats, etc.

  • IEEE 802.3; many variants.
  • RS-232/TIA-232/X.21bis