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At high data transmission rates, the packet transmission time of a local area network (LAN) could become comparable toorless than themedium propagation delay. The performance of many LAN schemes degrades rapidly when the packet transmission time becomes small comparative tothemedium propagation delay. This paper introduces LANs and discusses the performance degradation of L4Ns at high speeds It surveys recently proposed LAN schemes designed to operate at high data rates, including theirdoi:10.1145/103724.103726 fatcat:64pqinvmtbbqrmdbxnwak5efci