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Channelized T1?

I have see the term "channelized" referring to T1 and T3 circuits. Can anyone tell me what "channelized" means and how it differs from unchannelized?

Thanks!

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Cisco Employee

Re: Channelized T1?

Here is the url which compares that

http://student.bii.a-star.edu.sg/~danielc/isdn/isdn01.htm

Quick search on google.com will give you that information. But here is one of them as well.

http://www.microcerv.net/t1.htm

New Member

Re: Channelized T1?

Would it accurate to then say that channelized is used primarily for voice and unchannelized for data?

Silver

Re: Channelized T1?

I don't think so. For example, I usually use channelized E1 (Europe) for data.

New Member

Re: Channelized T1?

Hi George.

In short a channelized T1, is one that has been broken into 24 time slots (channels). You could use 12 channels for voice and 11 for data. If the circuit is unchannelized, you will not have this option since the circuit is one whole unit.

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