A circuit-switched telephone network is depicted in Figure 5.1. It consists of a collection of switches and links, with each link containing a finite number of circuits. The links may use either analog or digital transmission.1 One or more adjacent links constitutes a route, and there may be more than one route joining a pair of switches.
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