ATM Networks: Principles and Use by Martin P. Clark

By Martin P. Clark

Aimed at execs making plans the know-how process and infrastructure for company networks, this article presents a entire assurance of ATM know-how in a hugely readable structure. assurance contains an in-depth examine of the technical rules of ATM and an in depth overview of technical criteria. the writer assesses the main significant purposes of ATM, the present and certain destiny difficulties and gives a large comparsion with substitute technologies.

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E. bitrate) of the leaseline. Technical performance (Ieaseline versus ATM CSR) In the pre-ATM world, leaselines were sometimes unavoidable where a very high quality and reliability of line was needed between two communicating devices situated in different sites. Some highly sensitive and time-critical applications have historically demanded leaselines because of the problems of assuring throughput rates through, for example, packet switching and frame relay networks. e. the variability in speed of arrival of information bits at the destination) of packet switching and frame relay networks is unacceptable.

16 kbitjs) then our 32 kbit/s network will turn out to be just as inflexible as its 64 kbitjs predecessor. A much better philosophy of telephone network design will be to use networks such as A TM which are capable of various and variable bitrates. Telephone connections can be compressed to any desired rate prior to switching and then carried at this rate across the network. When the standard rate of compression changes, the compression devices can be swapped and the network told to set up lower bitrate connections.

The trunks between exchanges A and Bare long distance trunks (say several hundred kilometres). e. from 64 kbit/s to 32 kbit/s) has been applied in order to make the carriage of the two trunks possible. In contrast between exchanges A and C no compression has been applied. 5 achieves its main aim - savings on long distance lines without requiring the telephone exchanges to switch other than 64 kbit/s connections. Not only may telephone customers of exchange A talk to customers on exchange B, so can the customers of exchange C.

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