define broadcast, Computer Network Security

In broadcast topology there are further two types

1) SATELLITE\RADIO 2) RING TOPOLOGY

In a radio or satellite topology every computers are connected to each other via radio or satellite wave as given in the figure.

 

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                                           Figure: Satellite and Ring topologies:

In a ring topology every computer is connected to thorough a ring as given in the figure above.

 

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