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From the reviews of the Second Edition. Bellamy discusses the near-complete conversion to digital technology in telephone networks worldwide, examines both existing and emerging technologies, and explores the intricacies of carrying voice over data networks as well as the use of telephone networks for carrying data for Internet access.
He emphasizes system design, implementation, and application, but also correlates the practice to communications theory. About the Author John C. Table of contents Background and Terminology. Why Digital? Voice Digitization. Digital Transmission and Multiplexing. Digital Switching. Digital Modulation and Radio Systems. Network Synchronization Control and Management. Fiber Optic Transmission Systems. Digital Mobile Telephony.
Data and Asynchronous Transfer Mode Networks. Digital Subscriber Access. Traffic Analysis. Answers to Selected Problems. Reviews " Features For instructor's resources email the editorial department at ialine wiley.
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