This introductory book provides the fundamentals of signal processing, signaling control, can call processing technologies that are used in telecommunication systems. Covered are the key facets of voice and data communications, ranging from such basics as to how a telephone set works to more complex topics as how to send voice over data networks and the ways calls are processed in public and private telephone systems. The reader will learn about analog and digital signals, signal modulation, channel coding, and other types of signal processing. Copper wire, radio, and optical transmission systems are explained. Circuit and packet switching technologies are described along with the E&M line trunk signaling and SS7 control systems that are used to manage them. Explained or the different types of communication protocols such as IP, TCP, UDP and RTP, their stack layers, and how the perform parameter negotiation. The operation of ATM, Frame Relay, X.25, Internet, and network technologies are explained. Introductions to public and private communication systems including the PSTN, PBX, computer telephony integration (CTI), voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), mobile telephone, and satellite systems are provided. Finally, the book provides details on the steps used for call processing in public and private telephone systems.
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