Telecommunication Switching systems; Telephone automatic intercept system; Telephone relays; Telephone switching systems, electronic
The invention of the telephone and the telegraph opened the door to worldwide corrmunications. Over the years, complex and versatile corrmunication systems have evolved involving many devices and technologies. Switching protocols between switching offices have been established in accordance with the nature of the machines and with the capabilities of the transmission medium and its environment. Switching systems are now stored program oriented, providing a more generalized and digitally oriented internal switching capability. This report will discuss the Time Slot Interchange ( TSI), an important component of the Digital Central Office (DCO). The operation of the send section and the receive section and their relationship to the port group highways and cross office highways are presented in detail. The various TSI corrmands for performing the necessary operations are discussed. The TSI considered is that designed by Stromberg-Carlson, and future design trends in the design are presented.
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Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Orlando (Main) Campus
Al-Maalouf, Khalil George, "The Time Slot Interchange in a Digital Central Office" (1988). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 5145.