switching node

switching node

[′swich·iŋ ‚nōd]
(communications)
A location in a communications network where messages or lines are routed.
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Next, we introduce how we do the path selection for a flow and queue management at a switching node.
The two integrated, gate-on and gate-off linear-regulator controllers provide regulated TFT gate-on and gate-off supplies using external charge pumps attached to the switching node.
At every switching node there are monitoring and diagnostic devices that are designed for just these tasks.
Aside from the usual diverse routing, redundant network nodal components, redundant processing elements, and emergency product replacement schemes, determine how your carrier(s) and vendor(s) plan to re-establish your network if 1) a major cable is destroyed, 2) a power failure disables a switching node, 3) a software glitch disables internetwork communications, or 4) human error accidentally disrupts service.
Figure 13a presents the distribution of nodes that can be reached in m cycles (0 [is less than or equal to] m [is less than or equal to] 8) for the switching node in Figure 12b with i = 0 and n = 8.
According to the company, the certificate confirms that the Nortel Communication Server 2000 can be used in the Russian public switched telephone network as a transit automatic switching node with packet switching capabilities and signalling subsystem.
A higher-level switching node called the Esprit One can be employed to realize a two-level extended multi-ring topology, as shown in Figure 4.
To be specific, it is possible to achieve all the enhancements from any stored program controlled (SPC) switching node.