one of the Sonet family of optical fiber connection carrying 3 DS-3 circuits (155Mbits/sec)
A fiber optic line capable of 155 megabits per second (155,000K).
(Optical Carrier level 3) (STS-3 or STM-1) 155.52Mbps SONET.
Optical Carrier - 3. A data circuit that operates over a fiber optic network and can move data at a rate of about 150 megabits/second, about 3,000 times faster than a modem connection.
Optical Carrier 3. ITU-ISS physical standard for optical fiber used in transmission systems operating at 155 Mbps.
Refers to a circuit that transmits 155,000,000 bits per second. This is the size of the largest Internet backbone providers networks. An OC-3 line runs at three times the base rate (3 x 51.84 Mbps).
(Optical Carrier level-3): A SONET channel that carries a bandwidth of 155.55 Mbps.
A very fast data transmission circuit. An OC-3 circuit (155,000,000 bits per second) (see backbone) WWWebfx Home Page
Optical Carrier - 3; SONET Carrier 155 Mb/s
Optical Carrier 3. An optical carrier with three 51.84M bps multiplexed OC-1 circuit streams on an underlying Sonet/SDH circuit. See Sonet and SDH.
Optical carrier technology. An OC-3 line provides bandwidth of 155-Mbps and 2,016 64-Kbps channels.
An optical fiber that transmits data between two network devices. An OC-3 line runs at three times (3 x 51.84 Mbps) the base rate.
Type of line] A fiber-optic based line capable of transmitting at the speed of 155 Mbit per second. At this point, only the nation's leading Internet Service Providers are upgrading to this speed.
Optical Carrier 3 (155 Mbps) specification used in ATM/SONET.
See Optical Carrier Level.
An Optical Carrier used to specify the speed of fiber optic networks with speeds of 155.52 Mbps.
Optical Carrier-3. Refers to a 155 Mbps circuit capacity in SONET. There are higher speed circuits in SONET, i.e. OC-12 (622 Mbps), OC-48 (2.5 Gbps), and OC-192 (10 Gbps) and a lower speed circuit, that is OC-1 (51.8 Mbps). Also see SONET.
An OC-3 circuit (155,000,000 bits per second) is the backbone speed that major NSPs have upgraded their backbones to by the end of 1997.
155.52 Mbps can transport 3 ea. DS-3 84 ea. DS-1 2016 voice channels
Stands for Optical Carrier Level 3. OC-3 is a circuit that transmits 155 megabits per second.
Optical Carrier level 3. The third fastest optical transmission rate in the SONET standard at 155.52Mbit/s.
An optical fiber that transmits data between two network devices. An OC-3 line runs at three times the base rate (3 x 51.84 Mbps).
A fiber optic connection that can handle 155Mbps, often used for the 155Mbps ATM protocol.
A network line which transmits 155.52 Mbps. This is the size of the largest Internet backbone providers networks. See OCx - Optical Carrier levels.
A Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) specification for fiber-optic transmission at 155 megabits per second. See SONET and OC-N.
A telecommunications standard for data rate speeds of 155 Mbits/second.
This is an abbreviation of Optical Carrier used to indicate the speed of fibre optic networks conforming to the SONET standard. Below are the common speeds OC-1 = 51.85 MbpsOC-3 = 155.52 MbpsOC-12 = 622.08 MbpsOC-24 = 1.244 GbpsOC-48 = 2.488 GbpsOC-192=9.952 Gbps
Optical Carrier level 3, the designation for a SONET transmission at rate of 155 Mbps, using fiber optics as the transmission medium. Also OC-12, OC-48, OC-192, see Exsell Fiber Facts for a table describing the rates.
A fiber optic line capable of 155 Mbps.
(Optical Carrier Level 3 Signal) The second fastest optical transmission rate in the SONET standard at 155.52Mbps.
Optical Carrier conforming to the SONET standard allowing speeds up to 155.52 Mbps
155.52 Mbps data service (also STS-3)
a fiber-optic Internet connection with a capacity of 155 Mbps.
Optical Carrier, Level Three. A fiber optic carrier system that transmits and receives at 155.52 Mbps.
Ultra-fast connectivity for their mission-critical Internet needs, ranging from 60- 155 Mbps of service. Up to 3 times more bandwidth capability than a T-3.
(Optical Carrier 3) OC-3 is a network line with transmission speed of 155.52Mbit/s (payload 150.336Mbit/s) using fiber optics.