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Help explaining a typical signal sequence in a synchronous connection?

Category: Computers and Internet

Is this referring to a packet?A typical signal sequence in a synchronous connection contains a significant amount of information in addition to just the intended message or data. Identify each of the blocks commonly employed and utilize an analogy to sending a physical package to explain what each block does.


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