Copper Distribted Data Interface

A network utilizing a token-passing protocol in which devices are connected with copper unshielded twisted pair wiring. CDDI, a variant of FDDI, supports transmission speeds of up to 100 megabits per second and uses 10Base-T copper wiring.

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