Input and output queueing ATM switch architecture with spatial and temporal slot reservation control

Input and output queueing ATM switch architecture with spatial and temporal slot reservation control

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A viable ATM switch architecture exploiting both input and output queucing on a space division switch is proposed. This architecture features both input and output ports that are divided into several groups, and an efficient contention resolution algorithm is developed. The performance study indicates that a group size of 8 is sufficient to achieve 90% efficiency.


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