100 Years of Telephone Switching, Part 1

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IOS Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 482 pages
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In this work, not only the principles by which manual and automatic systems function are distinguished, but also the background to the invention is given. This is done from the perspective of an unbiased international observer.
  

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Contents

Beginnings of automatic telephony in Europe
73
the broad sweep of technological development
87
Chapter III3 Structures of telephone operating agencies in North America and their
102
struc
115
Chapter III5 Development of the telephone service in 1890
126
Chapter III8 State of switching technology in 1910
148
Chapter IV1 The LORIMER system
159
the PANEL and ROTARY sys
165
Chapter VI6 State of telephone technology in 1955
289
Chapter VII1 Telephone signalling a branch of telephone and telephone switching
305
Chapter VII2 Around 1930 early developments in the automatic trunk service
313
Chapter VII3 Need for basic numbering routing switching and transmission plans prior
325
Chapter VII4 Charging in the automatic trunk service Methods used
337
Chapter VII5 Automatic trunk international signalling developments between 1940
347
Chapter VIII1 Birth and early years of the crossbar system
359
the AT T crossbar No 1
378

Chapter IV4 The ROTARY system
175
Chapter IV5 The LM ERICSSON 500point selector system
183
ups and downs in
190
Chapter Vl Twomotion stepbystep systems
207
a new family
222
Chapter V3 The EMD system
233
Chapter VI1 Main stages in the development of the telephone from 1910 to 1930
247
Chapter VI2 Structures of telephone operating enterprises in 1930
253
Chapter VI4 State of telephone technology in 1930
273
Chapter VI5 Situation in 1930 and 1955 of telephone development throughout
279
the AT T No 4 crossbar
392
Chapter VIII5 The breakthrough of the crossbar system outside the United States
400
Chapter VIII6 A nearuniversal consensus for the architecture of post1950 crossbar sys
411
Chapter Vm7 The LM E RICSSON crossbar systems
417
Chapter VIII8 The PENTACONTA crossbar system The 5005 ATE crossbar system
433
Chapter VIII9 Japanese crossbars
450
Chapter VIII10 Crossbar systems in the socialist countries
465
Credits
475
Technical Acronyms
482
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