DS1 definition

DS1 means the 1.544 Mbps first-level signal in the time-division multiplex hierarchy. In the time-division multiplexing hierarchy of the telephone network, DS1 is the initial level of multiplexing.
DS1 means Digital Signal One, which is a circuit with a bandwidth of 1.544 megabits per second, roughly 24 times that of DS-0. A DS-1 is also known as a T-1.
DS1 means the 1.544 Mbps first-level signal in the time-division multiplex hierarchy. In the time-division multiplexing hierarchy of the telephone network, DS1 is the initial level of multiplexing. 3.17 "Digital Signal Level 3" or "DS3" means the 44.736 Mbps third-level in the time-division multiplex hierarchy. In the time-division multiplexing hierarchy of the telephone network, DS3 is defined as the third level of multiplexing. 3.18 "Exchange Message Record" or "EMR" is the standard used for exchange of telecommunications message information between telecommunications providers for billable, non-billable, sample, settlement and study data. EMR format is contained in BR-010-200-010 CRIS Exchange Message Record, a

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It may provide transport for twenty-eight (28) DS1 channels, each of which provides the digital equivalent of twenty-four (24) analog voice grade channels.

A DS1 Loop may be provisioned over a variety of loop transmission technologies including copper, HDSL-based technology or fiber optic transport systems.

It may provide transport for twenty-eight (28) DS1 channels, each of which provides the digital equivalent of twenty-four analog voice grade channels.

For DS1 or DS3 circuits, Dedicated Transport shall at a minimum meet the performance, availability, jitter, and delay requirements specified for Customer Interface to Central Office (CI to CO) connections in the applicable industry standards.

One copy to the cognizant Federal auditor.(Disclosure must be on Form No. CASB DS-1 or CASB DS-2, as applicable.

This is a designed 4-wire Loop that is provisioned according to industry standards for DS1 or Primary Rate ISDN services and will come standard with a test point, OC, and a DLR.

This is a designed 4-wire loop that is provisioned according to industry standards for DS1 or Primary Rate ISDN services and will come standard with a test point, Order Coordination, and a DLR.

It will include a 4-wire DS1 Network Interface at the End User’s location.

It will include a 4-Wire DS1 Network Interface at the End User’s location.

The following section includes the terms and conditions for Copper Loops, DS1 Loops, DS3 Loops, Hybrid Loops, FTTC Loops and FTTH Loops.


More Definitions of DS1

DS1 means a digital signal rate of 1.544 Megabits Per Second (“Mbps”).
DS1 is a digital signal rate of 1.544 Mbps.
DS1 means dedicated, high capacity, full duplex channel with a line speed of 1.544 Mbps isochronous serial data having a line signal format of either Alternate Mask Inversion (AMI) or Binary 8 Zero Substitution (B9ZS) and either Superframe (D4) or Extended Superframe Formats (ESF). DS1 Service has the equivalent capacity of 24 Voice Grade (VG) services. AMI can support 24 each 56 Kbps channels and B8ZS can support 24 each 64 Kbps channels.
DS1 means the 1.544 Mbps first-level signal in the time-division multiplex hierarchy. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS PAGE 7 OF 52 SWBT/Optel J130
DS1 is a digital signal transmission rate of 1.544 Megabits per second (“Mbps").
DS1 is a digital signal rate of 1.544 Megabits per second ("Mbps")

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