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Ring

This is a easy linear array where the end nodes are connected.  It is equivalent to a engage with wrap around connections. The data transmit in a ring is normally one direction. Thus, one disadvantage to this network is that some data transmit may require N/2 links to be traveled (like nodes 1 & 2) where N is the total number of nodes.

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