T1 Lines As Studio Transmitter
Using point to point T1 lines offers radio stations a digital
STL that does not require FCC licensing or line of site between
studio and transmitter.
Bonding T1 Lines for Higher
While a standard T1 line provides 1.5 Mbps upload and download
bandwidth, lines can be bonded to create total bandwidths of 3
Mbps, 4.5 Mbps, 6 Mbps, 7.5 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 10.5 Mbps and 12 Mbps.
An advantage T1 lines have over fiber optic connections is that
they are available nearly everywhere without special construction.
What Are Pseudowires?
A pseudowire is a virtual "circuit" that emulates a
traditional digital telecom service but on a packet switched network.
MPLS networks are especially suitable for pseudowires. By using
a pseudowire circuit, you can get the point to point connectivity
you desire without having to re-engineer your facilities to accommodate
a different protocol network.
T1 Digital Cross Connect Systems
A digital cross connect system, often abbreviated DCS or DCAS,
allows you to switch traffic among your T1 lines. It will even
reach into the line to connect individual channels or timeslots
rather than the entire circuit. A manual device that cross connects
T1 lines is called a DCX or patch panel.
T-Carriers Offer Digital Telephony
T-Carriers, which include both T1 and T3 lines, offer digital
telephone trunking with multiple phone calls on a single physical
circuit. T1 lines can support up to 24 simultaneous phone calls.
T3 lines have 28 times the bandwidth of T1 lines and can offer
up to 672 simultaneous phone calls for large enterprise or call