27 June 1988 Image Transmission Studies
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Radiological PACS image sizes and desired retrieval response times demand high-bandwidth communication networks. Local area network technology at speeds higher that 10 Megabits/second (IEEE 802.3) have not achieved standardization nor production volume. Our current PACS experiments are based on a three-level subnet approach using 10 Mb/s Ethernet channels. An Ethernet channel is shown to support image transfers at an average throughput of 3 Mb/s. Preliminary measurements and simulation results suggest that traffic from as many as two-to-three archives can be supported on the same channel.
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G. James Blaine, G. James Blaine, Rexford L. Hill, Rexford L. Hill, Allen P. Rueter, Allen P. Rueter, Evren Senol, Evren Senol, James W. Studt, James W. Studt, } "Image Transmission Studies", Proc. SPIE 0914, Medical Imaging II, (27 June 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.968735; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.968735

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