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When exchange B receives the seizure signal and the called number, it checks whether Sr is idle. If this is the case, it sends a ringing signal on SLr, and a ringingtone signal on T1, to inform Sp. When Sr lifts the handset of the telephone, an answer signal is sent to exchange B, which then stops the ringing signal and ringing tone, sets up a path between T1 and SLr, and signals to exchange A that the call has been answered. The connection is now complete and allows speech or other communications between the subscribers. At the end of the call, another signaling sequence takes place to release the connection. One-Way and Bothway Trunk Groups. In Fig. 1.1-1, there is at most one trunk group between two exchanges. Let us consider the group TG1. The network should allow calls originating at A with destination B and calls originating at B with destination A. Therefore, both exchanges are allowed to seize trunks in TG1. A trunk group whose trunks can be seized by the exchanges at both ends is known as a bothway trunk group [1,2]. A pair of exchanges can also be interconnected by two one-way trunk groups. The trunks in one-way groups can be seized by one exchange only. For example, exchanges A and B could be interconnected by two one-way trunk groups TG1A and TG1B, whose trunks can be seized by A and B, respectively. Both arrangements are used in actual networks. Two-way groups have an economic advantage because, for a given traf c intensity, the number of trunks of a bothway trunk group can be smaller than the total number of trunks in the one-way groups. In bothway groups, it can happen that the exchanges at both ends of a trunk group seize the same trunk at the same time (double seizure). There are several alternatives to deal with a double seizure. For example, it can be arranged that one exchange continues the setup, and the other exchange backs off (tries to. seize another trunk for its call). The signaling on bothway trunks includes provisions to alert the exchanges when a double seizure occurs. 1.1.2 Networks
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Optical Carrier (OC) is the de nition of the SONET optical signal. The fully de ned OC levels begin at OC-1 (51.84 Mbps) and culminate in OC-768 (39.813 Gbps). All SONET/SDH levels are expressed in multiples of OC-1. Synchronous Transport Signal (STS) is the electrical equivalent of the SONET optical signal; it is known as Synchronous Transport Module (STM) in SDH. The signal begins in electrical format and converts to optical format for transmission over the SONET optical ber facilities. Each STS-1 frame is transmitted in 125 s, yielding raw bandwidth of 51.84 Mbps. The STS frame includes ve elements: Synchronous Payload Envelope (SPE) carries the user payload data. It is analogous to the payload envelope of an X.25 packet. The SPE consists of 783 octets (87 columns and 9 rows of data octets). Transport Overhead (TO) consists of Section Overhead and Line Overhead: Section OverHead (SOH) of nine octets is dedicated to the transport of status, messages, and alarm indications for the maintenance of SONET links between ADMs. Line OverHead (LOH) of 18 bytes controls the reliable transport of payload data between any two network elements. Path Overhead (PO), contained within the SPE, comprises nine octets for the relay of OAM&P information in support of end-to-end network management. Payload is the actual data content of the SONET frame and rides within the SPE. Total usable payload at the OC-1 level consists of up to 49.54 Mbps, into which a T3 frame ts quite nicely. The balance of the 51.84 Mbps is consumed by Transport Overhead and Path Overhead.
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This may sound counterintuitive, but sometimes when fillet features fail, it may be useful to deselect propagation and make the fillet in multiple features. There are times when creating two fillets like the one shown in Figure 7.31 will work, and making the same geometry as a single feature will not. This may be due to geometry problems where the sharp edges come together and are eliminated by the fillet. n
The first portion, options, allows us to set variables. If you need to set more than one variable, separate them using the semicolon. The expression parameter defines the mathematical expression to evaluate using bc. Though this looks pretty odd, trust me, it works great. Here s a quick example of doing this in a script:
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Both shapes are two-profile lofts. The two-profile loft with default end conditions always creates a straight transition, which is shown in the image to the left. A two-point spline with no end tangency creates a straight line in exactly the same way. By applying end conditions to either or both of the loft profiles, the loft s shape is made more interesting, as seen in the image to the right in Figure 7.8. Again, the same thing happens when applying end tangency conditions to a two-point spline: it goes from being a straight line to being more curvaceous, with continuously variable curvature. The Loft PropertyManager interface is shown in Figure 7.9.
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