Advanced Data Communication Control Procedures


Advanced Data Communication Control Procedures

In telecommunication, Advanced Data Communication Control Procedures (or Protocol) (ADCCP) is a bit-oriented data link layer protocol used to provide point-to-point and point-to-multipoint transmission of data frames that contain error control information. It places data on a network and ensures proper delivery to a destination. ADCCP is based on the IBM's SDLC protocol. The HDLC by ISO and LAPB by ITU/CCITT are based on ADCCP.Fact|date=June 2008

ADCCP is an ANSI standard, X3.66, derived from IBM's Synchronous Data Link Control (SDLC) protocol, and is functionally equivalent to the ISO High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC) standard. [harv|Friend|1988|p=191.]

ADCCP has 3 main modes - NRM (Normal Response mode akin to SDLC), ABM (Asyncronous Balanced mode - akin to HDLC) and ARM (Asynchronous Response mode)

ee also

* Data link layer

References

*cite book
last=Friend
first=George E.
coauthors=John L. Fike, H. Charles Baker, John C. Bellamy
title=Understanding Data Communications
edition=2nd Edition
year=1988
publisher=Howard W. Sams & Company
location=Indianapolis
isbn=0-672-27270-9


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