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The public telecommunications network (PTN) includes the landline networks of the local and long distance carriers, the cellular networks, and satellite service.

Switches automatically establish and disconnect circuits between communicating parties on demand. Prior to the introduction of cellular service, virtually all switched service was provided by the wireline telephone system.

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As much as networking and telecommunications may seem similar, the two are very .Possibly the largest interconnected systems in the world are telecommunications networks for public and private use.

The principles underlying the design of the transmission and terminal components in this worldwide network are well established and coherent; however those involving the design of the switching center component are not.

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