Circuit-Switched Networks

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Circuit-Switched Networks:

In a circuit-switched network, a dedicated point-to-point connection or circuit is required for transmission between the sender and receiver. Circuit-Switch networking is commonly used in telephone companies.

Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) is an example of a circuit-switched network. It provides permanent, ongoing WAN connectivity and is the most widely used connectivity between routers. Digital signals are employed with ISDN to support faster speeds than analog. Transmission speeds run up to 64 kbps.

With Internet connectivity, ISDN has…

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