electronic switching

electronic switching

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′swich·iŋ]
(communications)
Telephone switching using a computer with a storage containing program switching logic, whose output actuates switches that set up telephone connections automatically.
(electronics)
The use of electronic circuits to perform the functions of a high-speed switch.
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They feature two electronic switching points integrated into one compact housing, and integral LEDs for visual status indication and diagnostics.
Electrified options include electronic delayed egress with magnetic lock, electronic switching, and electronic integration.
Bell Labs has generated more than 28,000 patents since 1925 and has played a pivotal role in inventing or perfecting key communications technologies, including transistors, digital networking and signal processing, lasers and fiber-optic communications systems, communications satellites, cellular telephony, electronic switching of calls, touch-tone dialing, and modems.
Unfortunately, each damping curve is fixed, and the electronic switching slow enough to limit effectiveness.
Eccles and Jordan invent the flip-flop electronic switching circuit
Electronic switching was one of the ten tremendous developments of Communications News' first decade and the promise of electronic switching has been fulfilled during the past decade as the pushbutton telephone, the digital PBX, and digital facsimile and high-speed data transmission over telephone lines have become not only possible but commonplace.
Congress, managing the introduction of the 5ESS to the Bell Operating Companies, and designing and testing earlier Electronic Switching Systems.
It has played a pivotal role in inventing or perfecting key communications technologies for most of the 20th century, including transistors, digital networking and signal processing, lasers and fiber-optic communications systems, communications satellites, cellular telephony, electronic switching of calls, touch-tone dialing, and modems.
It has generated more than 30,000 patents since 1925 and has played a pivotal role in inventing or perfecting key communications technologies, including transistors, digital networking and signal processing, lasers and fiber-optic communications systems, communications satellites, cellular telephony, electronic switching of calls, touch-tone dialing, and modems.
Crediting Shannon, Marconi and other leading innovators with unleashing technologies that yielded advances like optical fiber, electronic switching, digital media, cellular radio, and broadcast radio and television, he added: "Words are not adequate to express our sincere appreciation of what our colleagues have achieved over these many years.
It has generated nearly 30,000 patents since 1925 and has played a pivotal role in inventing or perfecting key communications technologies, including transistors, digital networking and signal processing, lasers and fiber-optic communications systems, communications satellites, cellular telephony, electronic switching of calls, touch-tone dialing, and modems.

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