<networking> A bus wiring scheme in which, for example, device A is wired
to device B, device B is wired to device C, etc. The last device is normally
wired to a resistor or terminator. All devices may receive identical signals or,
in contrast to a simple bus, each device in the chain may modify one or more
signals before passing them on.
Characteristic of RS-485, of Apple's LocalTalk, and of various industrial
control networks; also often used to describe Thinwire Ethernet (10base2).
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