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Loosely translated, a T1 line is a circuit that transmits data over the Internet at a rate of 1.5Mbps/1.5Mbps. T1 lines carry digitized information that manages 192,000 bytes of information.
The Different Types Of T1
Voice T1-This is a circuit that can handle 24 voice calls at the same time, the capacity increases with voice compression which can compress the standard 64kbps bandwidth to 8 kbps per call. There is no limit on how many telephone numbers one can use to point to aT1 which gives rise to hundred of numbers called Direct Inward Dialing numbers (DID) that point to a single T1.
Businesses have a more flexible communication with DID. Calls can be directed to one phone number, easing the workload a receptionist has to do so you never have overworked receptionists and you have dropped calls because of an overwhelmed company switchboard. Customers will have more accessibility to their sales representatives respective.
Channelized T1: Channelized T1 line is a T1 is a circuit, which has 24 channels that are equal. Each of these channels can transport 64kbps of voice data. Most of the term, these T1's are plugged to a PBX phone system which provide all the special features they will go on to have, on their own they have no special features but connected to a PBX or in more common scenarios, an internet dial modem.
Integrated Services Digital Network - Primary Rate Interface (ISDN-PRI) uses one of the 24 channels that are available on a T1 line as the data channel. The role of the data channel is to carry information that will pop-up on a computer screen before the call is answered.
Data T1: Data T1 transports data signals and not voice signals. It uses 1.5Mbps solely for an Internet connection. Data T1 is popular with VoIP (Voice over Internet protocol) services.
T1s can be used as Private Lines. The term point-to-multipoint is often used to describe the service. T1 lines provide secure access between locations while providing a way to connect to a PBX or multiple servers in a private network.
There are different ways to configure a T1 data line, which makes it more versatile and flexible than a conventional modem. Conventional DSL modems are less expensive but T1 lines are more reliable and faster. T1 lines are more reliable for small businesses that run multiple applications simultaneously.
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