Standards for T1 and E1 wide area networking have been around for a very long time. T1 stands for T-Carrier Level 1, which is a line that uses Time Division Multiplexing with digital signals associated with different channels based on time. T1 operates using 24 separate channels at a 1.544Mbps line rate, thus allocating 64Kbps per individual channel. You can use the 24 channels any way you want to, and you can even buy just a few channels from the service provider based on your needs. In general terms, consider a T1 connection as a trunk/bundle carrying . . .
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