Integrated Digital Loop Carrier definition

Integrated Digital Loop Carrier means a subscriber loop carrier system that is twenty-four (24) local Loop transmission paths combined into a 1.544 Mbps digital signal which integrates within the switch at a DS1 level.
Integrated Digital Loop Carrier means a subscriber loop carrier system, which integrates multiple voice channels within the Switch on a DS1 level signal.
Integrated Digital Loop Carrier means a subscriber loop carrier system that is twenty-four

Examples of Integrated Digital Loop Carrier in a sentence

  • The feeder portion of some loops may be provide by means of Integrated Digital Loop Carrier (IDLC).


More Definitions of Integrated Digital Loop Carrier

Integrated Digital Loop Carrier means a digital subscriber loop carrier system which interfaces with the switch digitally at a DS1 (1.544Mbps) or higher level.
Integrated Digital Loop Carrier or "Integrated DLC" is defined in BellCore TR-TSY-00303, "Integrated Digital Loop Carrier (ILDC) Requirements, Objectives and Interface."
Integrated Digital Loop Carrier means a subscriber loop carrier system, which integrates within the switch at a DS1 level (twenty-four (24) local Loop transmission paths combined into a 1.544 Mbps digital signal). 3.21 "Interconnection" is the linking of the USWC and Co-Provider networks for the mutual exchange of traffic and for Co-Provider access to unbundled Network Elements. Interconnection does not include the transport and termination of traffic. Interconnection is provided by Virtual or Physical Collocation, entrance facilities or Mid-Span Meet arrangements. 3.22 "Interexchange Carrier" or "IXC" means a carrier that provides, directly or indirectly, interLATA or IntraLATA Toll services. 3.23 "IntraLATA Toll" is defined in accordance with USWC's current intraLATA toll serving areas, as determined by the Commission. 3.24 "Local Loop Transmission" or "Loop" means the entire transmission path which extends from the network interface or demarcation point at an end user's premises to the Main Distribution Frame or other designated frame or panel in a Party's Wire Center which serves the end user. 3.25 "Main Distribution Frame" or "MDF" means the distribution frame of the Party providing the Loop used to interconnect cable pairs and line and trunk equipment terminals on a switching system. 3.26 "MECAB" refers to the Multiple Exchange Carrier Access Billing (MECAB) document prepared by the Billing Committee of the Ordering and Billing Forum (OBF), that functions under the auspices of the Carrier Liaison Committee of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions. The MECAB document, published by Bellcore as Special Report SR-BDS-000983, contains the recommended guidelines for the billing of an Access Service provided by two or more LECs (including a LEC and a Co-Provider) or by one LEC in two or more states within a single LATA. 3.27 "MECOD" refers to the Multiple Exchange Carriers Ordering and Design (MECOD) Guidelines for Access Services - Industry Support Interface, a document developed by the Ordering/Provisioning Committee under the auspices of the Ordering and Billing Forum (OBF), that functions under the auspices of the Carrier Liaison Committee of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions. The MECOD document, published by
Integrated Digital Loop Carrier or “IDLC” means a subscriber loop carrier system that is twenty-four
Integrated Digital Loop Carrier means a subscriber loop carrier system, which Qwest Version 3.6 Template Agreement, 03-16-2001 7 4/27/01/HAH for BB/NOS Comm Inc/NE/CDS-010426-0042 integrates multiple voice channels within the switch on a DS1 level signal.
Integrated Digital Loop Carrier means a subscriber loop carrier system which integrates within the switch, generally at a level, twenty-four (24) local Link voice grade equivalent transmission paths combined into a 1.544 Mbps digital signal.
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