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Signaling and switching for packet telephony

Author: Matthew Stafford
Publisher: Boston : Artech House, 2004.
Series: Artech House telecommunications library.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This essential resource on packet switching and signaling offers professionals an in-depth understanding of the core packet-switching architectures, signaling flows, and packet formats, as well as service delivery. It describes in detail the design principles for packet telephone switches and emphasizes the benefits of a distributed architecture and separating bearer and control. Successful carrier-grade  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Stafford
ISBN: 1580537367 9781580537360
OCLC Number: 55665336
Description: xiii, 253 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Introduction --
Ch. 2. Essentials of next generation switching --
Ch. 3. Motivation for packet telephony revisited --
Ch. 4. Signaling and services --
Ch. 5. Introduction to part II --
Ch. 6. Protocols --
Ch. 7. A closer look at Internet protocol --
Ch. 8. A closer look at SS7 --
Ch. 9. The bearer plane --
Ch. 10. Media gateway control and other softswitch topics --
Ch. 11. Session control --
Ch. 12. More on SIP and SDP --
Ch. 13. Implementing services --
Ch. 14. Properties of circuit-switched networks --
Ch. 15. Evolving toward carrier-grade packet voice : recent and ongoing developments --
Ch. 16. Conclusion --
App. A. Data link layer protocols.
Series Title: Artech House telecommunications library.
Responsibility: Matthew Stafford.

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Describes design principles for IP-based packet telephone switches and details technical issues involved in migrating telco core networks to packet telephony.  Read more...

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