Traffic considerations in network planning

Traffic considerations in network planning

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The basic components of a telephone network have already been identified; telecommunications users are connected by local circuits to a switching centre and, where the users are sufficiently numerous and widely located, there are a number of switching centres interconnected by traffic routes. Earlier chapters have also drawn attention to various traffic-related factors which affect network performance. These and other factors now need to be considered from the point of view of their collective influence on the planning of a telephone network.

Inspec keywords: telecommunication switching; telecommunication traffic; telecommunication network planning; telephone networks

Other keywords: switching centre; local circuit; traffic consideration; telephone network planning

Subjects: Telephony

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