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Integrated-Circuit and Packet-Switching Applications to a Loop System for Local Area Networks

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The Universal Link System belongs to the "loop subsystem" of a local area network (LAN). This system has circuit-switching facilities and packet-switching facilities, and uses a local area network as an integrated switching system. The Universal Link System is well suited for a very wide range of uses, with the merits of both circuit switching and packet switching. The Outline of this system is described below.

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Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 4 )