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What does LCN stand for?
LCN stands for Local Computer Network
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 98 other meanings of LCN in our Acronym Attic
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- LIncoln (Amtrak station code; Lincoln, IL)
- Lincoln County News (Lincoln County, Maine)
- Line Control Number (telecom)
- Liverpool Community Network (UK)
- Load Classification Number
- Local Communications Network
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During his studies, Atiq was an active member of various European Union Projects like SUN (Situated and Ubiquitous Networks), TEROPP (Terminals for opportunistic Radio applications), etc, Apart from Completion of PHD, Atiq Published an article in international journal named Annals of Telecommunications and is currently working on a book chapter, He presented his research work in six well reputed international conferences like Local computer Networks, AIC, TNS, etc.
IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (30th: 2005: Sydney, Australia) Computer Society Press 2005 833 pages $229.
Investigate the reputations of your local computer network solutions providers and information technology providers before choosing one to work with you.
The rules prohibit any local computer networks that deal with confidential data or information to be connected with the Internet or with foreign computer networks, according to the paper.
The fax software program for the Fax server (from Castelle Fax Press), which provides local computer network faxing services for all users, also resides here.
The computer adapter, which connects laptop computers to local computer networks, was a huge hit with $600,000 in sales in its first year and $10 million the next year.
At the end of the 1970s, local computer networks were viewed as an emerging solution to data processing needs, in general as well as in the laboratory.