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Circuit switched connection definition

What does Circuit switched connection mean?

A temporary connection that is established on request between two or more stations in order to allow the exclusive use of that connection until it is released. At present, most voice networks are based on circuit-switching, whereas the Internet is packet-based. See also Packet-based.


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