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New Switching Techniques ( ISS '84 International Switching Symposyum, Florence 1984)
New Switching Techniques ( ISS '84 International Switching Symposyum, Florence 1984)
New Switching Techniques ( ISS '84 International Switching Symposyum, Florence 1984)
New Switching Techniques ( ISS '84 International Switching Symposyum, Florence 1984)
New Switching Techniques ( ISS '84 International Switching Symposyum, Florence 1984)
New Switching Techniques ( ISS '84 International Switching Symposyum, Florence 1984)
New Switching Techniques ( ISS '84 International Switching Symposyum, Florence 1984)
New Switching Techniques ( ISS '84 International Switching Symposyum, Florence 1984)
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New Switching Techniques ( ISS '84 International Switching Symposyum, Florence 1984)

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A survey of new switching techniques suitable for broadband digital services including video and packetized voice and data is presented. …

A survey of new switching techniques suitable for broadband digital services including video and packetized voice and data is presented.
Several experimental prototypes of digital switches is also shown with emphasis to advanced design tools for high-speed interconnects design and verification.

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