From the Back Cover
Subscriber Loop Signaling and Transmission Handbook Analoc Telecommunications Handbook Series Whitham D. Reeve, Series Editor This practical telecommunications handbook brings you the latest techniques, requirements, and standards for sending voice, data, and call setup and takedown signals between a system user and a public or private network. Emphasizing the technical and operational aspects of the subscriber loop in an analog environment, you'll learn what the loop does, how to connect it, and how to design it for maximum reliability. This handbook combines functional information based on field experience with formal telecommunication industry standards and practices, providing you with the most current techniques for successfully implementing and using a telecommunication system. Among its many features, the book covers important topics such as:
* Transmission rules and design techniques
* Loop termination and protection methods
* Conditioning methods for reducing the negative effects of impairments
* Design tools for obtaining transmission requirements
* Fundamentals of pair gain devices
as well as providing a large number of up-to-date and available references - along with information on how to obtain them. About the Series The Telecommunications Handbook Series consists of handy references to the practical information used by technical specialists within the telecommunications industry. These books have been specifically designed to provide technical practitioners, in the three basic fields of the telecommunications industry-inside plant, outside plant, and administration and regulatory-with practical day-to-day engineering and technical information on telecommunications systems.
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