This totally revised and expanded version of Roger Freeman's volume maintains two basic objectives. Firstly, to describe how a telecommunication network functions and secondly, to provide sufficient technical detail to enable the design of such a network for use in any part of the world. The book draws a common thread through a variety of telecommunications disciplines showing how they interrelate and emphasizing important concepts such as quality of service and telephone traffic. With extensive coverage of both analog telephony and digital communication, particularly data systems and digital telephony, this second edition will provide an indispensible reference for all telecommunications engineers.
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