(A). Defines a standard for physical layer and data link layer of the Ethernet architecture that uses wired connection.
(B). Ethernet is an architecture that mainly uses bus topology
Defines various cabling used for different types of topologies.
(A). Defines a standard for Token Bus architecture.
(B). Token bus is similar to token ring, but it uses coaxial cables.
(A). Defines a standard for Token ring architecture.
(B). Uses the 10 Base T cabling standard.
(C). Uses twisted pair cabling to connect devices instead of coaxial cable.
(D). Passes data from one computer to another like in a token bus network.