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High-Speed Time Division Switching Technique for Broadband ISDN

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3 Author(s)
Murakami, K. ; Fujitsu Labs., Kawasaki, Japan ; Katoh, M. ; Kato, Y.

A key point in realizing broadband switching networks is architectual efficiency for switching various types of traffic with speeds ranging from several kbits/s to several Mbits/s. We propose a new switching technique, that is, a high-speed time division switching based on the single slot switching technique. This technique has several switching modules corresponding to standardized bit rates of traffic, and each cell is switched in the switching module corresponding to its speed. With this technique, all types of traffic will be equivalent with respect to the grade of service. This paper outlines its principle, clarifies the performance of traffic capacity,and finally proves its feasibility.

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Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 8 )