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Felix V Diaz, Raymond L Hogg, Daniel J Raz, Kathy Ann Thompson, Gregory L Langdon, W Keith Brewer: Multi-service switch for a telecommunications network. DSC Communications Corporation, Baker & Botts L, September 15, 1998: US05809021 (121 worldwide citation)

A multi-service switch for a telecommunications network (10) is provided. A system bus (13) has an ingress portion (14) and an egress portion (16). The system bus (13) is operable to carry data in a plurality of time slots. A system bus control (11) comprises a head-of-bus control (12) having an out ...


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Felix V Diaz, Raymond L Hogg, Daniel J Raz, Kathy Ann Thompson, Gregory L Langdon, W Keith Brewer: Multi-service switch for a telecommunications network. DSC Communications Corporation, Baker & Botts, June 11, 1996: US05526344 (114 worldwide citation)

A multi-service switch for a telecommunications network (10) is provided. A system bus (13) has an ingress portion (14) and an egress portion (16). The system bus (13) is operable to carry data in a plurality of time slots. A system bus control (11) comprises a head-of-bus control (12) having an out ...


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Felix V Diaz, Jack H Stanley: Distributed switching system. DSC Communications Corporation, Baker Mills & Glast, August 15, 1989: US04858232 (81 worldwide citation)

A switching system (10) configured in a ring topology (14) is disclosed. The system (10) causes one or more 125 microsecond isochronous frames (20) to circulate in the ring (14) at any given instant in time. A delay circuit (22) temporarily saves an oldest one of the isochronous frames (20) until a ...


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Felix V Diaz, Jack H Stanley: Buffered crosspoint matrix for an asynchronous transfer mode switch and method of operation. DSC Communications Corporation, Baker & Botts, July 16, 1996: US05537400 (78 worldwide citation)

A buffered crosspoint matrix (20) of an asynchronous transfer mode switch (10) includes a plurality of switching elements (38) for receiving and switching segments containing asynchronous transfer mode cells. Each switching element (38) receives segments at a plurality of multicast/routing elements ...


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Raymond L Hogg, Felix V Diaz: Bus arbitration method for telecommunications switching. DSC Communications Corporation, Baker & Botts, October 31, 1995: US05463624 (72 worldwide citation)

A bus arbitration method for telecommunications switching is provided that receives a plurality of requests of a plurality of priorities for an available asynchronous bus time slot, wherein each request has a weighted age. The plurality of requests are ordered according to the weighted age of each r ...


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Felix V Diaz, Jack H Stanley: Method and apparatus for a high speed asynchronous transfer mode switch. DSC Communications Corporation, Baker & Botts, November 1, 1994: US05361255 (68 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for a high speed asynchronous transfer mode switch is provided which includes an input buffer circuit coupled to communication lines for receiving and temporarily storing packets from the communication lines, a switch comprising one or more planes and output circuitry for coup ...


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Felix V Diaz, Raymond L Hogg, Daniel J Raz, Kathy A Thompson, Gregory L Langdon, W Keith Brewer: Data formats for telecommunications networks. DSC Communications Corporation, Baker & Botts, June 11, 1996: US05526349 (61 worldwide citation)

Three data formats for telecommunication networks are provided. One format is an asynchronous packet bus overlay datagram format (122) constructed to include an internal datagram header (140) and a datagram payload (141) concatenated with the internal datagram header. The internal datagram header co ...


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Felix V Diaz, Jack H Stanley: Buffered crosspoint matrix for an asynchronous transfer mode switch and method of operation. DSC Communications Corporation, Baker & Botts L, April 28, 1998: US05745489 (17 worldwide citation)

A buffered crosspoint matrix (20) of an asynchronous transfer mode switch (10) includes a plurality of switching elements (38) for receiving and switching segments containing asynchronous transfer mode cells. Each switching element (38) receives segments at a plurality of multicast/routing elements ...


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Felix V Diaz: Continuity check tone detector for use with a digital telecommunication system. Siemens Corporate Res & Support, Thomas H Jackson, January 21, 1986: US04566093 (5 worldwide citation)

A continuity check tone detector for use with a digital telecommunication system and being designed for detecting continuous tones on voice transmission paths temporarily established between a digital tone generator and the detector across a switching network under control of a switch control unit. ...