TELECOMMUNICATION SWITCHING AND NETWORKS EBOOK
Telecommunication Switching and Networks. Front Cover. P. Gnanasivam. New Age International, - Telecommunication - pages. 3 Reviews. It fulfils the need for a suitable textbook in the area of telecommunication switching systems and networks. The text covers, in a single volume, both switching. This Book, Telecommunication Switching And Networks Is Intended To Serve As A Textbook For Undergraduate Course Of Information Technology, Electronics.
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The rapid expansion of the field of telecommunication networks call for a new edition to assist the readers with development of understanding. Telecommunication Switching Systems and Networks. Front Cover. myavr.info Technical Publications, - pages. 8 Reviews. The book gives a detailed discussion on topics such as fibre optic communication systems and networks, time division switching systems, data.
This ringer is called a straight-line ringer. This eleminates the need to check ringer codes when buying a telephone. Fig 3. At the early stage, there was no numbering systems. The calling person has to give all information about the called subscriber to the operator of manual exchange to make connection. During those times, a measles disease was spread over the Lovel town in United States.
At that time, Moses Barker, a doctor raised a question that if the decease affects the telephone operators of the exchange, who will give the connection to the subscribers. By his idea, the numbering system arises. Now the number of digits extends to eight digits in India. The mechanisms that transmit the identity number of the called subscriber are pulse dialing and multifrequency dialing.
Pulse dialing. A rotary dial telephone is used for implementing the pulse dialling. In the pulse dialing, a train of pulses is used to represent a digit of the subscriber number. The basic idea is to interrupt the D. Pulse dialing of digit 3 and 2 is shown in Fig. Pulse train of rotary dial telephone. It is necessary to indicate the end of a pulse train so that a decoding circuit can know where one digit ends and the next begin.
This is done by mechanical design, which ensures a minimum make period between any two consecutive digits. This period is called the inter-digit pause and is typically msec minimums. The completion of dialling is identified if any break, last for few hundred milliseconds. This method of dialling is slow. For nationwide and international dialing, the routing signals to the switching center is fairly slow and inconvenient.
The method, which is replacing the rotary dial telephone, is the push button telephone, which uses the multifrequency dialing. Multifrequency dialing. The touch-tone dialing scheme is shown in Fig. This is called a dual tone multifrequency DTMF dial. Touch tone dialing scheme. These two tones are shown in Fig. There is sixteen possible pair of tones.
For the digits 0 to 9, ten combinations are used. Other six may be used for additional control signals. When pressing a button for example the digit 4 , the corresponding tones are sent to the central exchange for digit 4, Hz and Hz. The central exchange decodes the different combinations of tones received into equivalent dialed digit. The telephone set uses dialler IC and associated circuits.
Sound amplifier. The two wires of transmitter and the receiver are connected to the sound and speech IC for the effective transmission and reception of speech signals. The transmission circuits are capable of receiving the electrical signals at one point and delivering them to a destination with good quality. If necessary, more transmission system can be setup for long distant transmission for good quality. The transmission path, which is also referred as telephone channel or transmission media is designed to provide voice-grade communication.
It has evolved into a worldwide network that encompasses a variety of transmission media and switching systems. Thus the transmission system behaves as an excellent candidate for a data communication over long distances. The transmission system involves analog transmission voice communication and digital transmission. The analog signals are characterized by frequency, amplitude and phase.
In analog transmission system, signals propagate through the medium as continuously varying electromagnetic waves. The medium for an analog transmission may be twisted pair cable, coaxial cable, optical-fiber cable, microwave radio and satellites. The analog signals are subjected to deterioration due to attenuation and noise addition in the channel. Hence amplifiers, filters and necessary circuits are added in transmission system to upgrade the analog signal.
Voice signal and digital signals. The digital signals are measured in bits per second bps. In data communications, analog signals are used to transmit information over the telephone system or over radio communication systems. This process involves sampling, quantizing. This process is called digitizing. Now-a-days, the transmission between central exchanges and long distance sites are done by digitizing voice cummunication.
The analog transmission takes place only between the local exchange or end office and homes. In Fig. Modem Repeater Repeater Modem Fig. Digital to analog to digital conversion. Simplex, Half Duplex, and Full Duplex Transmission Transmission media may operate in simplex, half duplex and full duplex mode. Devices involved in transmission of signals voice or data may be transmitter or receiver or both.
If one system only transmits and other only receives, the link is called simplex. Transmission of signals by Doordarson and All India Radio AIR are belongs to simplex transmission, as there is no possibility of reverse transmission. In certain cases, the control signals are returned to the transmitter to indicate the reception of signals or some portion of the signals or no reception. If both devices transmitter and receivers can send and receive, but only one device at a time, the link is called half duplex.
The conversation is the example of duplex mode transmission. A full duplex line allows both systems to transmit and receive simulatneously. The terms half duplex and full duplex are normally used when referring to computer and other devices connected to an analog telephone circuit using modern. Four Wire Circuits The term four wire implies that there are two wires carrying the signals in one direction and two wires carrying them in opposite direction.
In normal telephone service, the local loops are two wire circuits, on which a single telephone call can be transmitted in both directions. If the distance between the subscribers is substantial, the amplifiers repeaters are necessary to compensate the attenuation.
As the amplifiers are unidirectional, for two-way communication, four-wire transmission is necessary. The switching equipment in the local exchange and the line from subscriber to local office local loops are two wire operation. The local exchange will switch the subscriber loop to a toll conncecting trunk. This is also a two-wire transmission. These trunks are of four-wire transmission. The simple arrangement of the two wire and four wire transmission. A four-wire circuit has amplifiers in its repeaters for each direction of transmission.
The four wire circuits may be physical four wire or equivalent four wire.
But for long distance trunks physical four wire is undesirable and usually equivalent four wire transmission is used, needing one pair of wires only. The two directions of transmission use different frequency bands so that they do not interfere with each other.
The two directions are separated in frequency rather than space. At the toll office, the two wires are converted into four wire for long transmission. A hybrid coil accomplishes this conversion. A simple block diagram and the hybrid coil arrangement of the four wire circuit is shown in Fig. Hybrid transformer.
While connecting the two wire circuit to the four wire circuit, a loop may be created and the signal could circulate round the loop, results in continuous oscillation known as singing. Hybrid circuits have been traditionally implemented with specially interconnected transformer.
More recently, however, electronic hybrids have been developed. Cross-connected transformer windings results in zero current in the line balance impedance. The power thus divides equally between the input of the send amplifier and the output of the receive amplifier, where it has no effect.
The price of avoiding singing is thus 3 dB losses in each direction of transmission together with any loss in transformers. These unwanted signals are referred as transmission impairments. Fundamentally the voice and data transmission are differed by the rate of information. The speech has very low rate of information and is equivalent to 40 bps of written words, whereas the data transmission over a voice channels can take place at bps and higher.
As the speech transmission involves human being, the identification of impairments over the channel is detectable and can be rectified quickly. The noise level damaging the data transmission is made quite acceptable in the telecommunication engineering. There are in general two types of transmission impairments, which afflict the communi- cation circuits. They are static impairments and transient impairments generally referred as systematic distortion and fortuitous distortion respectively.
These impairments are explained briefly in the following sections. Echos and Singing Echoes and singing both occurs as a result of transmitted signals being coupled into a return path and fed back to the respective sources. Coupling will be zero only when perfect impedance matching occurs. Impedance matching between trunks and subscriber loop two wire to four wire at hybrid is difficult due to various subscriber loop lengths.
The talker echo is more troublesome. When the returning signal is repeatedly coupled back into the forward path to produce oscillations, singing occurs. Basically singing results if the loop gain at some frequency is greater than unity. An echo coming 0. The echoes with a round trip delay of more than 45 msec cannot be tolerated. Block diagram of echo path. For the round trip delay of above 45 msec representing approximately km of wire attenuators are intorduced to limit the loudness of echo to a tolerable level.
The attenuation required is related to the time delay. Hence long distance circuits require significant attenuation to minimize echo annoyance. It indicates the attenuation on echo is infinite and no necessity of any attenuators. The total attenuation on echo is given by net attenuation offered by the four-line circuit minus the gain of the amplifiers. These devices are used to control the echo. If round trip delay exceeds 45 msec.
A block diagram of echo suppressor is shown in Fig. An echo suppressor operates in four wire circuits by measuring the speech power in each leg and inserts a large amount of loss 35 dB typically in the opposite leg when the power level exceeds a threshold.
Thus a returning a echo is essentially blocked by the high level of attenuation.
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Echo canceller block diagram. A device that suppresses echoes would also suppress data. Hence when full duplex transmission is used, the echo suppressors must be disabled. An echo suppressor converts a http: The echo suppressors must be disabled when full duplex transmission is used. During this time, no other signal or tone should be transmitted. The echo suppressor will remain disabled if a signal transmitted within msec of disabling tone being removed.
Thus there may be a clip at the beginning portions of speech segments. This is another drawback of echo suppressors for voice circuits. Echo control or echo cancellation is the recent electronics technology. An echo canceller operates by simulating the echo path to subtract a properly delayed and attenuated copy of a transmitted signal. Echo cancellers do not physically insert attenuators. A typical echo canceller block diagram is shown in Fig.
Block diagram of Echo canceller. The transmittted speech is stored for a period of time equal to the round trip delay of the circuit. The stored signal is attenuated and then subtracted from the incoming signal.
This kind of circuits are available in satellite circuits. Noise Noise is an unwanted electrical energy. In any real physical systems, the signal arrived at receiver may be accompanied by a unknown waveform which varies with time in an entirely unpredictable manner.
This unpredictable waveform in a random process is called noise. At receiver whether the signal arrives over a communication channel or is received by an antenna, is accompanied by noise. At each stage of the switching system local exchange, toll office, repeaters additional noise added on the signal. Transmission lines have some amount of background noise generated by external sources. This noise combines with and distorts a transmitted signal.
This noise generator may be fluorescent lights, motors, ovens, phones, copiers etc. The common noises in telecommunication system are white noise, impulse noise and intermodulation noise. Original signal Transmission Attenuated signal Receiver Noise http: Signal plus noise at receiver. This is the most common noise in communication. This noise is easy to analyze and easy to find since it arises as thermal noise in all electrical components.
The term white is used in analogy with white light, which is a superposition of all visible specturm components. As the noise voltage and hence the noise is caused by the random movement of electrons in any of the active or passive device found in receivers, it is referred to variously as thermal, agitation, white or Johnson noise. White noise is truly random in the sense that a sample at any instant in time is completely uncorrelated to a sample taken at any other instant in time.
Power spectral density of white noise is uniform over the entire frequency range of interset. Battery systems used to power subscriber loops are also a source of this type of noise. The amplitude of the signal is kept sufficiently above the white noise to prevent an excess of hiss on radio or telephone circuits.
Impulse noise and intermodulation noise. The most common form of noise in the telephone network are impulse noise and quantization noise. Impulse noise has peaks of amplitude that saturate channel and blot out data. Impulse noise is the main source of errors in data. This is so because, a 0. Sources of impulse noise Internal sources External sources 1. Poor quality soldering 1. Inductance and capacitance effects 2. Relay contacts and jacks 2.
Sharp voltage changes in adjacent wires 3.
Non soldered twisted joints 3. Open wire pairs hanging between telegraph poles can pick up atmospheric static 4. Radar interference, electric trains and electric machinery Effects of impulse noise. As the duration of impulse is too long in comparison with the speed of transmission, a sharp click like sound will be heard to the human listener. This noise removes two or more adjacent bits and thus the parity checking devices may not detect the error.
By quantization, we create a new signal, which is in approximation to the original signal. If the actual signal is compared with quantized signal, some difference can be noticed. This error may be viewed as quantization noise or error and they are random in character.
The quality of the approximation and reduction in quantization noise can be achieved by reducing the size of the steps, thereby increasing the number of allowable levels.
The signals from two independent channels intermodulate each other to form a product that falls in to a separate band of frequencies. This band may be reserved for another signal. This distorts the signal receiver and referred as intermodulation noise. Also when a single frequency voice signal modulates voice signal in another channel, the voice might be clearly audible in a third channel.
This problem can be reduced by proper design of modem. Cross Talk The current from the battery in the subscriber loop when telephone handset is off hook is limited to the range of minimum 20 mA to maximum of 60 mA.
The current variation depends on the length of the subscriber loop. In long loops the current is less and in short loops the current may exceed 60 mA an electronic component varistor in telephone set is used to limit the current with in 60 mA. The large current flow causes electromagnetic fields and thus creates signal distortions in adjoining wires.
This distortion is called cross talk. Some of the major sources of cross talk are coupling between wire pairs in cable, inadequate filtering or carrier offsets in older frequency division multiplexing FDM equipments and the effects of non-linear components on FDM signals. Cross talk is one of the most disturbing and undesirable imperfections that can occur in a telephone network.
In analog system, as the power levels of voice signal considerably varies 40 dB range the cross talk in this system is difficult to control.
In fact cross talk is more noticeable during speech pauses, where the power level of the desired signal is zero. In digital system, by the pulse amplitude modulation, pulse length modulation and pulse position modulation, which are used in TDM system results in attenuation and delay distortion.
This causes dispersion of the transmitted pulses. They spread in time and interfere with the pulses of adjacent channels and causes interchannel cross talk. Pulse code modulation is used to overcome the interchannel cross talk problem. NEXT occurs near the transmitter and creates distortions that affect the signal on adjacent receive pairs. This type of noise can be generated when a transmission line carrying a strong signal is coupled with a transmission line carrying a weak signal. NEXT is measured in dB, with higher values being better.
NEXT is measured by injecting a signal on a wire pair and measuring its cross talk on another wire pair.
NEXT should be measured at both ends. NEXT is more trouble some because of a large difference in power levels between the transmitted and receive signals. Twisted wire pairs reduce this type of cross talk. FEXT is a measure of the cross talk that exists at the receiver end of the cable. FEXT http: For example Gigabit Ethernet, which enable the organizations to upgrade to Mbps while using the same operation system and software.
Signal Attenuation The attenuation of signal varies with frequencies over the transmission line. The attenuation of a typical cable pair is approximately proportional to the square root of the frequency. Attenuation is also increases with temperature.
Metal conduit also increases the attenuation. The preferred loss in a telephone connection should be in the neighborhood of 8 dB. A local phone connection have only 0—6 dB more than ideal. An average toll connection had an addition 6—7 dB of loss. The standard deviation in toll connection was 4 dB. The figure a shows the weakening of the signal due to attenuation. Original signal Attenuated signal Fig.
Attenuation of the signal. Attenuation is measured in decibels dB of signal loss. For every 3dB signal loss, a signal loses 50 per cent of its remaining strength. The frequency, temperature, and metal conduit should be considered when planning cable length. To compensate the attenuation, the cable may be loaded by adding inductance at intervals. Cable testers that inject signals with a known power level at one end of the line and measure the power level at other end of the line can measure the attenuation.
Fluke tester is used for attenuation measurement. Distortion The disturbances received at the receiver due to internal characteristics of the channel itself are generally referred as distortion. This distortion is deterministic. The sources of distortion are generally due to non-linear characteristic of components and linear nature of the network.
Some examples of devices which causes non linearities are carbon microphone, saturation voice frequency amplifiers and unmatched compandors. The linear nature distortion are characterized in the frequency domain as either amplitude distortion or phase distortion.
Thus the distortions can be controlled once the nature of the distortion is known. In this section the amplitude distortion and phase distortions alone are discussed. Amplitude distortion. The attenuation of transmitted signal is not equal for all frequencies, it means that the attenuation is more at some frequencies in voice spectrum than others.
Spectrum limiting filters in FDM equipment generally introduces such a distortions. It is a serious form of distortion in data transmission. Phase delay is related to the deay characteristics of the transmission medium. The signal is delayed more at some frequencies than at other. This is referred to as phase frequency distortion or delay distortion. If there were no delay distortion, the curve of phase of the received signal plotted against frequency would be a straighuy line.
That is the phase response is directly proportional to the frequency. This is referred as uniform envelop delay.
The system with uniform envelop delay is called linear phase system. Any deviation from linear characteristics is referred as envelop delay defined as the slope of such curves and may be measured in microseconds.
Attenuation distortion and phase distortion. Every suscriber has his own pair of wires to the local switching office.
Twisted pair local loop is an excellent transmission medium for analog voice signals. But it is limited to low frequency audio signals. The introduction of fiber cable needs a device at subscriber premises to convert electrical energy into light energy and this is the additional cost to the customer.
But for high speed data transmission, switched cable TV, videophone, teleconferencing the fiber optic local loop has become essential.
The distribution points at various locations are connected together by a distribution cables DC and terminated to the feeder points FD. The DC carries 10— pair of wires. Many feeder points related to a particular geographical area connected by a branch feeder BF.
From BF, through main feeder, all the subscriber loops are connected to MDF at the end office or local exchange. For the purpose of flexible interconnection such as transfer from location to other location or within the geographical area, the subscriber pair and exchange pairs are interconnected at the MDF by means of jumpers. Fundamental Characteristics The subscriber loop is the most common interface in the network. The fundamental characteristic of this interface are.
To enable dc signalling and to provide bias current for carbon microphone, a battery of about 48 V is connected to subscriber loop at exchange.
Protection of equipment and personal from lightning strikes and power line induction or shots. Application of a 20 Hz signal at 86 V rms for ringer excitation. In the case of digital end office, analog to digital coding and digital to analog decoding functions necessary. For two wire to four wire conversion, hybrid in necessary. Line test toward the subscriber disconnection of the switch.
Limiting Factors of Subscriber Loop Design There are two limiting factors we have to consider while designing a subscriber loop.
First one is the attenuation. The attenuation refers to the energy loss in the line at a reference frequency, measured in decibels. The reference frequency is Hz in America and Hz in Europe.
If the length of the loop increases the attenuation also increases. The attenuation limit of the subscriber loop is normally 6 dB. The second limiting factor is voltage drop. If the battery voltage is kept constant with increase in length, the effectiveness of the signalling and conversation will be limited. This is due to IR drop of the line. The IR drop of the line varies with resistances of the battery used in the system, telephone set resistance and the allowable resistance of the subscriber loop.
The maximum allowable resistance in the subscriber loop and the loop resistance limit is calculated as follows. The loop resistance limit is calculated as follows. The loop resistance limit is used to determine the cable length and the cable gauge required. Example 3. If the minimum current required for carbon microphone is 23 mA, battery voltage is 50 V, the battery resistance is ohm and the telephone set resistance is ohms, calculate the loop resistance limit.
An exchange uses — 48 V battery, a resistance of ohm is placed in series with the battery. If the telephone set resistance is 50 ohm, calculate the loop resistance limit for the minimum current requirement of 23 mA for carbon microphone.
Loop Length The method of determining subscriber loop length using the signal resistance limit as a basis is called the basic resistance design. Calculate dc loop resistance, if the loop resistance limit is ohm for the loop length of 10 km. Cable size for the Loop From the equation 3.
From the table 3. The higher the gauge number the smaller the wire diameter. With gauge wire a loop distance of only about 6. With gauge wire the loop distance might be extended to as much as about For a 24 gauge loop and a ohm loop resistance find the loop length. R dc For 24 gauge loop and a 6 dB loss, find the maximum loop length.
For 24 gauge cable, the loss per km is 1. Inductive Loading Attenuation limits arise from the ac response of the loop and refers to loop loss in decibels. Inductive loading is the process of inserting series inductances loading coils into the loop at fixed intervals.
These will reduce the transmission loss on subscriber loops. This methods enables the designer to increase the loop length without using higher diameter copper wire. The attenuation loss in twisted pair cable is because of the capacitance between wire pair.
The wires of the local loop have a capacitance of approximately 0. The longer the cable pairs the higher the capacitance. The capacitance can be reduced by separation of the conductors but practically difficult.
All are measured per unit length. By inserting loading coils with proper inductance and at appropriate distances, the distortion can be minimized and high-speed transmission can be achieved Table 3. B, D and H are the most, commonly and spacing. To offset the mutual capacitance 0. The frist load coil placed at 0. Then for every 1.
The loading is not necessary, for the loop shorter than 4. For local loop length, above ft 5. Typical load coil spacing. Almost all loops are loading with 88mH load coils. It results in a cutoff frequency of around Hz. Hence 88 mH coil loaded loops effectively pass signals above Hz. The loading coils are represented for example, as 19H88, 19 indicate the gauge size, H indicates the spacing of the coils and 88 indicate the inductance of the coils.
Also, it should be regenerated every 1. Thus many speech channels are transmitted togtether as a single channel occupying the bandwidth of the physical facility. Hence the multiplexing is more economical and efficient. In multiplexing, the signals, which may be voice, video or data, are multiplexed together and the resulting signal is transmitted over a system with a suitably high bandwidth.
When it is received, it is split up into the separate signals at which it is composed. This process is called demultiplexing. In telecommunication, the multiplexing means the use of one telecommunication line to handle several channels of voice or data. The best example of multiplexing is our TV cable. We select a particular channel using remote control from the cable, which carries many channels. The individual channels entering and leaving the terminal station is called baseband channels.
A link, which carries multiplex signal, is called broad band channel. The combination of multiplexer and demultiplexer at terminal station is called MUX. The primary use of multiplexing is to save communication line costs. A common application of multiplexing is long distance communication using high-speed point to point links for transferring large quantities of voice signals and data between users.
There are three methods of transmitting more than one signal over one path. Space Division Multiplexing SDM In space division multiplexing more than one physical transmission path are grouped together. A telephone cable consisting of hundreds or thousands of twisted pair constitutes a space division multiplexed system, wire pair cables are constructed containing many hundreds of wire pairs.
Several coaxial tubes bound together in one cable is also an example of space division switching. A very large number of separate telephone calls can be transmitted together down a coaxial system. Single wire pair commonly carries 12 or 24 voice channels. But one single coaxial tube commonly carries and the higher capacity one can carry In India, the telephone cables 5 or 10 lbs per mile containing copper wires pairs of 20, 40, 60, 80, , and 5 per cent extra used in various towns and cities.
For trunk cable lines, 70 — lb copper wire are used. With coaxial cable two way telephone conversation are possible. Twisted pair cable and coaxial cable. The space division switching is not limited to voice frequency circuits alone.
Many high capacity transmission systems using either frequency or time division multiplexing can also be space division multiplexed. Frequency Division Multiplexing FDM FDM is a broad band analog transmission technique in which multiple signals are transmitted over a single cable simultaneously as shown in Fig. FDM systems divides the available BW of the transmission medium into a number of narrow band or sub channels.
Switching Systems This network connection cannot be simply made with telephone sets and bunch of wires, but a good system is required to make or break a connection. With the introduction of the switching system, the subscribers instead of getting connected directly to one another, are connected to a switching office and then to the required subscriber.
The following figure will help you understand the switching system. With the introduction of switching systems, the need for traditional connections between the subscribers reduced. All the subscribers need to have a connection with the switching system, which makes or breaks any connection, requested by the calling subscriber.
The switching system, which is also called the Telephone Exchange, takes care of establishing the calls. Hence, the total number of such links is equal to the number of subscribers connected to the system. Signaling is required for the switching system to establish or release a connection. It should also enable the switching system to detect whether a called subscriber is busy and if so, indicate the same to the called subscriber.
The functions performed by a switching system in establishing and releasing connections are known as Control Functions. The early systems required manual operations to establish telephone calls. An operator used to receive a call from the calling subscriber and then connect the call to the called subscriber.
Later on, the system was automated. Telephone Model The following figure will help you understand the model of telephones in the early stage of its invention. When you see the telephone in the above figure, the dialer part and the microphone are connected to a stationary wooden plank; and the speaker to listen, was connected by awire at the side.
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TDM is the sharing of a common transmission medium in time. The detail of the telecommunication reform act is available at the website http: Damn Vulnerable SS7 Network. The open system interconnection OSI reference model is a seven- layer decomposition of network function published by the ISO. The strowger Step by Step Switching System 4.
However, if this number is high or moderate, then the connections will lead to a mess. In In-band signalling, voice information and signalling information travel on common paths, where as in common channel signalling, they travel on separate paths. I extend my thanks to the directors Dr.
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