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Ec7101-Telecommunication Switching Circuits & Networks

Ec7101-Telecommunication Switching Circuits & Networks

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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMM. ENGG.B.I.T. MESRA, RANCHI
EC7101 TELECOMMUNICATION SWITCHING CIRCUITS & NETWORKS
Module –1:Switching in Telecommunication Systems:
Evolution of Telecommunications, General principle of switching, Classification of Switching Systems,Elements of Switching System, Signalling tones, DTMF, Common Control and Direct Control.
Text Book:
“Telecommunication Switching Systems & Networks”, by T. Viswanathan, PHI, 2001.
Module – 2:Electronic Space Division Switching:
Stored Program Control (SPC), Centralised SPC, Distributed SPC, Enhanced Services, Two-Stage Networks, Three-Stage Networks.
Text Book:
“Telecommunication Switching Systems &Networks”, by T. Viswanathan, PHI, 2001. (Chap.4)
Module – 3:Time Division Switching:
Basic Time Division Space Switching, Time Multiplexed Space Switching, Time Multiplexed TimeSwitching, Combination Switching, Three-stage Combination Switching.
Text Book
“Telecommunication Switching Systems & Networks”, by T. Viswanathan, PHI, 2001. (Chap. 6)
Module – 4:Traffic Engineering:
 Network Traffic Load and Parameters, Grade of Service and Blocking Probability, Modelling Switchingsystems, Blocking Models & Loss Estimates, Delay Systems.
Text Book:
“Telecommunication Switching Systems”, by T. Viswanathan, PHI, 2001. (Chap 8)
Module – 5:
ISDN and its Motivation, New Services, Network and Protocol Architecture, Transmission Channels,Internetworking, BISDN.
 
Text Book:
“Telecommunication Switching Systems & Networks”, by T. Viswanathan, PHI, 2001. (Chap 11)
Module – 6:
Network Subscriber Loop Systems, Switching Hierarchy & Routing, Transmission Plan,Numbering Plan, National Schemes, International numbering.
Text Books:
1.“Telecommunication Switching Systems & Networks”, T. Viswanathan, PHI, 2001. (Chap. 9)2.“Telecommunications Switching, Traffic and Networks”, J. E. Flood, Chap. 10, Pearson EducationAsia, 2004.
Module – 7:
Introduction to Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), Protocol, Architecture, ATM Logical Connection,ATM Cells, Transmission of ATM Cells, ATM Adaptation Layer, Traffic and congestion control.
Text Book:
“Data & Computer Communications by William Stallings”, 7/e, PHI. (Chaps – 11 & 12)
 
TUTORIALEC7101 TELECOMMUNICATION SWITCHING SYSTEMS & NETWORKSModule- 1:
1.Classify and explain different types of switching systems.2.Draw the diagram of carbon granule microphone and derive the equation of voice-modulated current from the microphone.3.Explain simplex, half duplex & full duplex communication systems and give at least twoexamples of each.4.What is sidetone? How it is minimized using antisidetone circuit? Explain with circuitdiagram.5.Explain the following terms:a.Symmetric networkb.Folded networkc.Blocking networkd.Non-blocking networke.Blocking Probabilityf.Busy-hour trafficg.Transit Exchangeh.Erlang (E)
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Name and explain different types of signalling tones.7.What are the elements of a switching system? Explain using diagram.8.Explain with suitable diagram the working of manned Common Battery exchange.9.Compare and contrast between local battery exchanges and common battery exchanges.
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What do you understand by PABX and DID (Direct Inward Dialling)?11.What are the drawbacks of manual exchange?12.Give the drawbacks associated with local battery exchange.13.An electrical communication system uses a channel that has 20dB loss. Estimate thereceived power, if the transmitted power is one watt.14.Estimate the rate of transmission for a channel used to connect 20,000 telephonesubscribers (use voice B.W = 4 KHz and 1 sample = 8 bits).15.If the noise power in a channel is 0.1dBm and the signal power is 20mw, what is the S/Nratio?16.What is the importance of sidetone in a telephonic conversation?

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