|Re: Analog T1 Line vs. Digital T1 Line|
|Robert Bonomi (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Tue, 23 May 2006 23:43:07 -0000
In article <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
> An analog T1 line for us is about $250 US and can get us 23 voice
> Does anyone know what the capacity for a digital T1 line is? Also,
> Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
A T-1 is 1.544 mbit/sec. It is a digital service, by definition.
How many voice channels you can cram onto it is a matter of how you do
IF you're using it as your link to the telco:
You can treat it as an ISDN PRI , which gets you 23 B channels
You can treat it as a "DS-1", which gives you 24 DS-0 (56kbit/sec)
IF you're using it for a private point-to-point link, you can use
'Cost' is whatever that whomever you're buying from says it is.
And things vary tremendously depending on where you are located. A
In the U.S., ISDN PRI is frequently more expensive than a DS-1, the
Either IDSN PRI, or DS-1 requires 'CPE' (equipment _at_ your location)
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