A 64 kbps channel in basic rate and primary rate services of ISDN used for customer message exchange.
(B - channel) Portion of the ISDN line that is used to transmit encoded digital data. There are two B-channels per ISDN line, each with a 64Kbps capacity.
A 64 kilobits per second channel used for information transfer.
A 64Kbit/s time slot available to carry voice or data across the ISDN network. Two bearer channels are available on a basic rate interface (2B+D) and thirty bearer channels are available on a primary rate interface (30B+D).
A digital channel with basic services that typically allows transmission rates of 64 kilobits per second in both directions.
bearer channel is a channel that carries voice or data. For T-1 and E-1, a bearer channel is the same as a timeslot. For ISDN, a bearer channel is the B channel, used for common-channel signalling. Each bearer channel has a TSC cluster that manages it, and a protocol variant set for inbound and outbound call processing (one set for each direction).
A bearer channel is a channel which carries data, voice, images, or any other information.
Term used to define a channel that carries voice, data or video information.
See B channel.