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Lec-17: Packet Switching In Computer Networks | Imp for GATE and UGC NET

Packet switching is the transfer of small pieces of data across various networks. These data chunks or “packets” allow for faster, more efficient data transfer. Often, when a user sends a file across a network, it gets transferred in smaller data packets, not in one piece.

0:00 - Introduction
1:30 - Data link and Network layer
2:15 - Store and Forward
3:46 - Efficiency
4:52 - Delay

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