PCS switching center

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PCS switching center: In personal communications service, a facility that (a) supports access-independent call control/service control, and connection control (switching) functions, and (b) is responsible for interconnection of access and network systems to support end-to-end services.

Note 1: The PCS switching center represents a collection of one or more network elements.

Note 2: The term "center" does not imply a physical location.

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 This article incorporates public domain material from the General Services Administration document "Federal Standard 1037C".