Definitions for "BRI"
Keywords:  isdn, pri, kbps, bearer, kbit
Basic Rate Interface. One of two levels of ISDN service. The BRI provides two bearer channels for voice and data and one channel for signaling (commonly expressed as 2B+D). See also Primary Rate Interface (PRI).
Basic Rate Interface. The ISDN standard governing how a customer's desktop terminals and telephones can be connected to an ISDN switch. The BRA is an ISDN standardised access offering two B Channels (64 kbits) for voice or data transmission and one D Channel for Signaling (16 kbits/s) according to the ITU-T Standard Rec. I.430.
Basic-Rate Interface. The basic ISDN configuration, which consists of two B-channels that, can carry voice or data at rate of 64Kbps, and one D-channel, which carries call-control information. Another type of ISDN configuration is called Primary-Rate Interface (PRI), which consists of 23 B-channels (30 in Europe) and one D-channel.
building-related illness: a recognized disease that can be attributed to airborne building bioaerosols or chemical pollutants.
Building related illness. Diagnosable illness with identifiable symptoms whose cause can be directly attributed to airborne pollutants with the building (e.g. Legionnaire's disease, hypersensitivity pneumonitis). (Gobbell, 1994, p. 67)
Building related illness. Illness whose cause is related to conditions inside a building.
Bristol Royal Infirmary, part of the UBHT. It is located in central Bristol.
Keywords:  basketball, related, income
Basketball Related Income
Used for home and small enterprise in the Integrated Services Digital Network, 2 simultaneous calls.