Benefit of Higher Priority for National Security / Emergency Preparedness Calls In Signaling System Number 7 Jansen Szeto GTE Government Systems Charles Krafthofer GTE Government Systems

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Signaling System Number 7 (SS7) is a packet switched network protocol for signaling call set-up (and teardown) in the Public Switched Network (PSN). SS7 includes priorities for different types of signaling messages that determine how the messages are handled during conditions of severe signaling network congestion. Simulation results of modeling the… (More)

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@inproceedings{McGregor1999BenefitOH, title={Benefit of Higher Priority for National Security / Emergency Preparedness Calls In Signaling System Number 7 Jansen Szeto GTE Government Systems Charles Krafthofer GTE Government Systems}, author={Patrick V. McGregor}, year={1999} }