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12:04 May 24, 2000
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English term or phrase: non-blocking circuits
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Luisa
English translation:explanation
Explanation:
A non-blocking circuit switch is one that can route any permutation from input to output. This definitionis not relevant to a packet switch like the TSR. A non-blocking packet switch is one in which packetsdestined to output A cannot block packets destined to a different output, B, by holding buffers or channelsrequired by the B packets.
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Explanation:
A non-blocking circuit switch is one that can route any permutation from input to output. This definitionis not relevant to a packet switch like the TSR. A non-blocking packet switch is one in which packetsdestined to output A cannot block packets destined to a different output, B, by holding buffers or channelsrequired by the B packets.


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