Answer to Question #52549 in Other Programming & Computer Science for biruk
write the difference between space-division switching and time-division switching.
In space division switching, crosspoints are used to establish a specific connection between two subscribers. The crosspoints of multistage space switches assigned to a particular connection is dedicated to that connection for its duration. Thus the crosspoints can not be shared. Time division switching involves the sharing of crosspoints for shorter periods of time. This paves way for the reassign of crosspoints and its associated circuits for other needed connections. Therefore, in time division switching, greater savings in crosspoints can be achieved. Hence, by using a dynamic control mechanisms, a switching element can be assigned to many inlet-outlet pairs for few microseconds. This is the principle of time division switching. Time division switching uses time division multiplexing to achieve switching.
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