Switching theory, Telecommunication -- Switching systems, Telecommunication systems
A single user deconcentrator is designed for a circuit switched digital switching system which emphasizes mass conferencing. The switching system consists of distributed concentrators which include a first level of conferencing and a broadcast bus which includes a second level of conferencing. The deconcentrator features volume adjustment of individual conferences as well as a third and last level of conferencing- a conference of the individual conferences obtained from the broadcast bus. The design identifies the MSI and SSI components of the deconcentrator and provides an estimate of timing and board size. An alternative volume adjustment algorithm and the extension of a single user deconcentrator to a multi-user deconcentrator is discussed.
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Petrasko, Brian E.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Wen, Ming-Yung, "Design of a Single User Deconcentrator for a Conferenced Voice Communication Circuit Switching System" (1983). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 723.
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