Previous chapters have dealt with general topics related to switching, such as circuit switching networks, traffic theory, and control, which are independent of whether the switch is analog or digital. As the topics were discussed, the areas where these technologies were unique to digital switching were highlighted.
KeywordsTime Slot Logic Gate Output Line Buffer Memory Time Stage
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