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DDD Network Optimization in Field Engineering--From Theory to Application

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1 Author(s)
Lotze, A. ; University of Stuttgart, Germany

This paper deals with some important practical applications of teletraffic theory to field engineering problems. It is shown that the following tasks concerning line switching telephone networks can be mastered by means of a few handy tables: loss calculation and dimensioning of trunk groups for full or limited access; very accurate loss approximation of link systems with an arbitrary number of stages, operating as group selection or traffic concentrating arrays with point-to-group selection mode (regarding this, and also optimal link structures, wiring, etc., see [7] in this issue); dimensioning groups with limited or full access for offered peaked overflow traffic; cost minimizing partition of the traffic in local or toll networks with alternate routing to the various trunk groups; and computerized dimensioning is of course also possible.

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 12 )