Advantages between 1984K v.35 DDN vs 2M v.35 SDH ?

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Sep 7th, 2010

Hi folks,


I need to make a decision on which interface handoff/circuit to pick:

1984K with v.35, DDN.

or

2Mbps v.35, SDH (I see this is 30% cheaper in my location)

I researched the acronym for these, but it is not clear which are the practical differences between the two.

If you are familiar with that, please let me know pros and cons.

I have this problem too.
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Correct Answer by Giuseppe Larosa about 6 years 2 months ago

Hello Marlon,

>> 2Mbps v.35, SDH (I see this is 30% cheaper in my location)

1984 kbps means 30 DS0 channels so it is an E1 framed, also the 2Mbps over SDH is E1.

so go for the cheaper option.

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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Giuseppe Larosa Tue, 09/07/2010 - 13:59

Hello Marlon,

>> 2Mbps v.35, SDH (I see this is 30% cheaper in my location)

1984 kbps means 30 DS0 channels so it is an E1 framed, also the 2Mbps over SDH is E1.

so go for the cheaper option.

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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