AT&T, pp in three hardcover volumes, 1964, reprinted throughout the 1970s, 2nd printing 1980;.
Condition: Very Good red hardcovers titled in gilt on covers and spines, in red and gold dustjackets. Jackets show rubbing and edgewear. Prev. owner's name on textblock fore-edge. Bindings are sound and secure, pages clean, unmarked.
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Item DescriptionIncludes volume I, Principles (second edition 1977); Volume 2, Facilities (first edition 1977); volume 3 Networks and Services (second edition 1977), hardcovers in dustjackets
Includes, The Message Network - the network plan for distance dialing, toll switching, hierarchical plan, call routing; Transmission plan, network design, etc; Metropolitan network plan, tandem networks; Customer Loops; Range Limits; PBX trunk and station line; Design Considerations, resistance design, design, long route applications etc;
Traffic engineering concepts; Local Trunk Design; Through and Terminal Balance; Special Services; Auxialiary Services, TSPS, automatic intercept etc; Switched special services, Voice transmission considerations, loss, noise, data transmission; ; Private Switched networks; Wideband data transmission, voice band transmission, telephotograph transmission etc
Principles covers the transmission engineering principles that apply to communication systems. It defines the characteristics of various types of signals, describes signal impairments arising in practical channels, provides the basis for understanding the relationship between a communication network and its components...
Facilities examines the application of the principles of volume I to the design, implementation and operation of transmission systems and facilities... MORE.