This is the bearer channel in an ISDN connection. B channel is a 64 Kbps full-duplex channel in both primary and basic rate ISDN.
The circuit-switched 'bearer' channel that is a fundamental component of ISDN interfaces. It carries either voice or data at 64,000 bits (64 kilobits) per second in either direction.
An integrated services digital network (ISDN) 64 Kbps bearer channel for pulse-code modulated voice or data.
See Bearer Channel.
One of the two logical ISDN lines supplied by the service at a basic rate ISDN outlet.
Also called a Bearer channel. It is a circuit-switched digital channel used to carry data, voice, video, or fax across ISDN.
secondary sales channel, for goods that have been through a reverse flow. Can carry first quality goods.
One of two 64-kilobit-per-second data channels in the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Basic Rate Interface (see BRI).
a term for an ISDN 64 Kbps channel that carries data.
a bearer channel, one of the fundamental components of the ISDN interface
ISDN circuit "bearer" channel, which carries 64 kbps of end user data. The other channel is referred to as the data channel (D Channel) - 16 kpbs, carrying phone company signaling and other information needed to make the circuit work.
Full duplex 64 kbps. ISDN channel used for user data.
A 56Kbps or 64-kbps channel that carries user data on a line using ISDN D-channel signaling.
In ISDN, a full duplex, 64 Kbps channel for sending data.
In ISDN service, the B channel is also called the bearer channel and is used for voice transmission. In BRI-ISDN, there are two B channels, whereas in PRI-ISDN, there are 23 B channels; all B channels use 64 kbps of bandwidth.
ISDN communication channel that carries voice, circuit, or packet conversations. The B-channel is the fundamental component of ISDN interfaces. It carries 64,000 bits per seconds in either direction.
The ISDN circuit-switched bearer channels, capable of transmitting 64Kbps of digital information.
The standard 64Kbps communication channel used in ISDN services.
An ISDN channel (path between the ISDN modem and the Central Office switch) which is responsible for carrying voice and data signals across the line. Each B channel has 64 kbps allocated to it.
The ISDN circuit-switched bearer channels, capable of transmitting 64kps of digitized information.
Bearer Channel. It is a 64 Kbps communication channel in ISDN.
Bearer Channel. In ISDN communications, a B channel transmits communications at 64 Kbps. See also D Channel Kbps ISDN
A 64 KBPS channel on an ISDN line that can carry voice or data.
An ISDN B Bearer channel can be used to carry voice or data connections at speeds of 56 or 64Kbps.
A 64 Kbps communication channel in called the "Bearer Channel" ...
64 kbps bearer channel used for voice, circuit, or packet switched data.
Bearer Channel. A 64 Kbps channel used in ISDN that provides full-duplex communication for the user.
B Channel is the wire used in ISDN service that can carry up to 64 kbps of data when operating at full capacity. It is a clear-channel "pipe" that carries voice, data, or video over ISDN.
One of the timeslots on an E1 trunk or T1 trunk over which voice data and in-band signaling is passed. B channel is an abbreviation for bearer channel. See also D channel.
A timeslot on an E1 trunk, T1 trunk, or telephony bus that carries voice data and in-band signaling. B channel is an abbreviation of bearer channel. See also D channel, ISDN.
The ISDN bearer server channel. This channel carries digital voice and/or data transmission at a rate of 64 Kbit/sec. Primarily used for data (as opposed to signaling) transmissions.
bearer channel. In ISDN, a full-duplex, 64-kbps channel used to send user data. Compare to D channel, E channel, and H channel.
Bearer channel. Part of an ISDN interface able to carry voice or data over an ISDN network at 64 Kb/s. See also D channel.
Message-bearing 64 Kbps digital channel specified in the ISDN standards. B channels are used for digital transmission of high speed data and video. This channel carries the customer traffic where the “D” channel carries control information.
B channel (bearer) is a telecommunications term which refers to the ISDN channel in which the primary data or voice communication is carried. It has a bit rate of 64 kbit/s in full duplex.