Compare electromechanical and electronic switching system, Computer Engineering

Compare electromechanical switching system with electronic switching system.

Comparison of electromechanical switching system with electronic switching systemgiven below:

 

Sr. No

.

 

Electromechanical Switching

System

 

Electronic Switching System

1.

Makes utilization of electromechanical switches

Makes utilization of electronic switching components as diodes/ transistors.

2.

Need large space

Less space needed and less bulks.

3.

Regular maintenance needed

Less maintenance needed

4.

Common control is utilized

Computer control is utilized

5.

Cannot give additional services to customers

Can provide improved services to customers.

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