For more detail on the topics of these articles, the following books are good references.
One of my books, Local and Metropolitan Area Networks, Sixth Edition (Prentice Hall, 2000, ISBN 0-13-012939-9), covers in greater detail all of the LAN systems discussed in this chapter.
David A. Stamper's Local Area Networks, Third Edition (Prentice Hall, 2001, ISBN 0-13-018377-6) is written from the perspective of LAN management, with a focus on administrative responsibilities and strategies, which range from selecting and installing LAN hardware and software to designing backup and recovery options.
Charles E. Spurgeon's Ethernet: The Definitive Guide (O'Reilly and Associates, 2000) provides a concise but thorough overview of all of the 10 Mbps through 1 Gbps 802.3 systems, including configuration guidelines for a single segment of each media type, as well as guidelines for building multisegment Ethernets using a variety of media types.
Two excellent treatments of both 100 Mbps and Gigabit Ethernet are provided by Rich Seifert's Gigabit Ethernet: Technology and Applications for High-Speed LANs (Addison Wesley, 1998, ISBN 0-201-18553-9) and Gigabit Ethernet: Migrating to High-Bandwidth LANs (Prentice Hall, 1998, ISBN 0-13-913286-4), by Jayant Kadambi, Ian Crayford, and Mohan Kalkunte.
For a good overview of Fibre Channel, see Fibre Channel: Connection to the Future, Second Edition (LLH Technology Publishing, 1999), by The Fibre Channel Industry Association.
Wireless LANs: Implementing Interoperable Networks (MTP/New Riders, 1999, ISBN 1-57870-081-7), by Jim Geier, is an excellent book-length treatment of wireless LANs, with detailed coverage of the technology, the IEEE 802.11 standards, and numerous case studies.