This book looks at principles of switching and describes the construction and application of public and private switching systems. The invention of the first electronic switch by Stowger forms a landmark in the history of telecommunications and since then switching has become the hub of any telecommunications system. This book covers the differences between the public switches and PABXs, describes the construction of a representative sample and introduces applications most frequently associated with a switch, such as centrex and call management. Fraidoon Mazda has held various senior technical management posts within the electronics and telecommunications industries and is currently a Technical Manager at Nortel. He has written eight books and been translated into four languages. In addition he has edited the Electronics Engineers Reference Book and the Telecommunications Engineers Reference Book, both published by Butterworth-Heinemann.Fraidoon Mazda ... One solution is to download new programs, routing data etc. remotely via data links and to site the operations and maintenance terminals at a central ... processors interrogate a remote database for instructions on how to process particular types of call, or route such calls to a central service provider.
|Title||:||Switching Systems and Applications|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 1996|