Telecommunication Switching Systems Automatic Switching system

Udhay Prakash Lecturer, Dept. Of ECE, JNTUH CEH

• Mutual exchange of understandable information, may or may not securely. • Communication System has three parts:
– Transmitter – Channel (medium) – Receiver

• Communication beyond the usual range of vocal or visual Communication. • Tele (distant), communication (exchange of information). • Information- Some thing that has (or with further modification, may have) some meaning or sense.

Telecommunication Chronicle
 Smoke signals based Telecommunication: With a system of alphabetical smoke signals and some smoke signal equipment (such as a blanket).

Telecommunication Chronicle
Telegraph: Message transmission in terms of two symbols(. and _)

Telecommunication Chronicle

Graham Bell’s Invention

Telecom Systems
• The basic problem
– Telephones introduced in late-1800’s. – Initially each telephone was directly connected to another site.
• This led to an explosion of direct connections (n*(n-1)/2)

Network Topologies

Folded & Non-folded Networks

Switching system classification

Switching System Functionalities

Components of switching system

Viswanathan, Telecommunication switching systems, PHI. • Roger L. Freeman, Fundamentals of Telecommunications, 2e, Wiley-interscience, ISBN 0471-71045-8. • Thyagarajan

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