A telecommunications network is a system of interconnected facilities designed to carry traffic from a variety of telecommunications services. The network has two different but related aspects. In terms of its physical components, it is a facilities network. In terms of the variety of telecommunications services that it provides, it can support a set of many traffic networks, each representing a particular interconnection of facilities.
A system for the transmission of information between one party and another. It comprises transmission, switching and signalling functions.
The public switched telephone exchange network.
A group of interconnected telephones, switches, computers, and other equipment used for transmitting and receiving voice, data, and video traffic.
A telecommunications network is designed to carry traffic from a variety of telecommunications services and works on a system of interconnected facilities. The network exists with two different but also related aspects. In terms of physical components, it exists as a facilities network. The variety of telecommunications services that is provided, supports a set of many traffic networks, each of which represents a particular entity of interconnection of facilities.
A telecommunications network is a of telecommunications links and nodes arranged so that messages may be passed from one part of the network to another over multiple links and through various nodes.