Message Switching in Networking
Message Switching is a combination of circuit switching and packet switching. Like circuit switching, the message is not broken into packets rather it is sent to the next node as a whole.
Like packet switching, no dedicated path is established between the two end parties prior to data communication. The routing decision is done at each and every node for the whole message.
1. Types of Computer Network
2. Transmission Modes | Simplex, Half Duplex and Full Duplex
3. Types of Network Topology | Mesh, Star, Bus, Ring, Tree, Hybrid Topology
4. Guided Transmission Media in Networking
5. Circuit Switching in Networking
6. Packet Switching in Networking
7. Message Switching in Networking
8. Nyquist Criteria – Maximum Data Rate of a Noiseless Channel
9. Shanon’s Criteria – Maximum Data Rate of a Noisy Channel
10. Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC)
11. Checksum in Networking | Error Detection
12. Hamming Code | Error Correction