I was checking the utilization stats. for a location with a full T1. During a one month period, they peak on three days at about 400 KBPS..the rest of the days peak at about 280 KBPS. It looks to me like I could get away with a 12 channel T1 line . If I cut the T1 in half(24 to 12 channels)....is the speed halved and the max. traffic (highest peak) is 768 KBPS? If anyone can clear this up or point me to a good reference, I would appreciate it.
The bandwidth is halved, but the delay across the circuit should be about the same, I would think, since the actual clockrate doesn't change, just the points in the clock cycle where you can insert data.
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