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Apple discovered the LAN technology that uses bus topology. Its interface is added with all Macintosh computers. It has very low speed i.e. 230.4Kbps. Also it is cheaper and we can get a free with a Macintosh, which is simple to connect and install. It uses CSMA/CA.



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