The signal used to carry a standard analog or digital phone line connection. 24 DS-0 connections can be carried on a T1 line. The speed of the line is...
Digital signal, level 0; 64 kilobits per second, the international standard rate for digitized voice channels
Digital Service, level 0. Consists of 64,000 bps. A normal, uncompressed telephone call uses a DS-0 or 64,000 bps.
(Facility) - The base unit of digital transmission capacity. 1 communication channel = 1 simultaneous voice grade equivalent with a communication capacity of 64 thousand bits per second (64Kbps)
A framing specification used in transmitting digital signals over a single channel of a T-1 facility at 64 Kbps.
Digital Service Level 0, a 64Kbps channel used as the basic unit of bandwidth used for voice communication.
Digital signal level 0. Standard term for a 64 kbps digital telecommunications signal or channel corresponding to the capacity of one voice-frequency-equivalent channel. The DS-0 rate forms the basis for the North American digital multiplex transmission hierarchy. Multiple DS-0s are multiplexed together on higher capacity circuits. 24 DS-0s make a DS-1 signal, which when carried on copper is the well-known T-carrier system, T-1 (the European equivalent is an E-1, containing 32 64 kbit/s channels). (source)
Transmission rate of 64 kbps - equals one voice line.
Digital service level-0, a 64kbps channel primarily used for digital voice.
The base unit of digital transmission capacity. One communication channel equals one simultaneous voice grade equivalent, with a communication capacity of 64 Kbps.
64kb/s 1 voice channel
digital signal level 0. Framing specification used in transmitting digital signals over a single channel at 64-kbps on a T1 facility.
Digital signal, level 0 is 64 kilobits. It is equal to one voice conversation digitized under PCM.
Quantum unit of fiber-optic transmission capacity; a channel with a bandwidth of 64 Kbps, about the capacity used to carry a single voice conversation.
DS 0 Physical interface for digital transmission to a rate of 64 Kbps. It corresponds to the basic channel of voice.
A circuit with the capacity or minimum bandwidth suitable for voice frequencies for "plain old telephony" (POTS) lines at 300bits to 3.4Kbps. (See voice grade lines)
The minimum data rate and sub-frame used in synchronous T-1 lines. (Data rate is 64 Kbps)
Basic North American 64 Kbps digitized voice channel.
Digital Signal, Level Zero. Standard speed (64 Kbps) for sending and receiving voice traffic.
Digital signal level "zero." A single digital 64 Kbps, pulse code modulated, transmission channel which represents the starting point for a digital multiplexing hierarchy.
64 kbps channel in a T1/E1 line