FDSE in Ethernet Switching (Full Duplex Switched Ethernet) was developed in the early 1990s. It was introduced to replace shared Ethernet networks, which used to cut into common subnets autonomously, interconnected by bridges, and multiplied the traffic by the number of subnets.
Ethernet switching enabled the reduction of multiple subnets into just one Ethernet station, providing a more efficient network. Full-duplex Ethernet communication was then introduced, which enables the sending and receiving of data simultaneously, making it more efficient than traditional half-duplex Ethernet.
Switched networks allow nodes to communicate only with the switch and never directly with each other. They use either twisted pair or fiber optic cables, both of which use separate conductors for sending and receiving data.
Benefits of FDSE in Ethernet Switching
FDSE in Ethernet Switching provides the following benefits:
- Efficient network
- Simultaneous sending and receiving of data
- Direct connection of terminal to switch via Ethernet
What is full duplex Ethernet?
Full-duplex Ethernet refers to the ability to send and receive data simultaneously, making it more efficient than traditional half-duplex Ethernet.
FDSE in Ethernet Switching has revolutionized networking and provided a more efficient mode of transmitting data. It eliminated the need for bridges and allowed for direct connection between terminals and switches via Ethernet.