An abbreviation of "Bandwidth ON Demand Interoperability Group"; a specific set of methods of inverse multiplexing.
Industry standard ISDN B channel aggregation protocol used to create one large data pipe from inverse multiplexing smaller connections together. Developed by the Bandwidth on Demand Interoperability Group.
A technique for turning seperate ISND B channels into a higher bandwidth aggregate serial channel.
Bandwidth ON Demand Inverse Network group.
Method for making several B channels look like one high-rate line by use of an IMUX (inverse multiplexer.)
andwidth ON D emand IN teroperability roup - a method for combining multiple B-channels into a single data stream.
Telecommunications shorthand for Bandwidth on Demand Interoperability Group. A method for combining two ISDN B Channels into a single logical 128Kbps connections. Used most often for video conferencing and emulating a standard analog modem connection.
Bandwidth On Demand Interoperability Group. A consortium of over 40 datacommunications equipment vendors and service providers who joined together to create a standardized inverse multiplexing protocol so that inverse multiplexers from different vendors could interoperate. Also refers to the resultant specification, sometimes known as the BONDING specification.
One of the international standards for aggregating multiple data channels into a single logical connection with bandwidth greater than 64 kbps (see also H.221). It is sometimes referred to as inverse multiplexing.
An ISDN consortium name and the technique of inverse multiplexing they developed. Data is broken up into a stream of frames, each stream using a portion of the total available bandwidth. If your ISDN configuration has two B-channels, each with 64Kbps, your equipment will allow a data rate of 128Kbps by splitting the data.
Bonding is the act of combining two 64kbps B-channels to derive a 128kbps channel. This is done by establishing two B-channel circuit switched calls and combining them in the customer's equipment (using Multilink PPP or the bonding specification) or by associating multiple B-channels in the network (multirate services). If you make a long distance call using two bonded channels, you will be charged doubly - once for the "phone call" on each channel.
Bandwidth On Demand Interoperability Group using several smaller channels instead on one large channel to connect.
protocol - Industry standard B channel aggregation protocol. Developed by the Bandwidth on Demand Interoperability Group. Method for making several BRI lines look like one high-rate line by use of an IMUX ( Inverse Multiplexer. )
Bandwidth ON Demand INternetworking Group. A nonstandard method for using 2 ISDN B channels to create a 128 Kb/s switched line.