T-carrier

Definitions

Computing

  • noun
    (written as T carrier)
    a US standard for digital data transmission lines, such as T1, T1C, and corresponding signal standards DS1, DS1C

Electronics

  • Any of various digital transmission services, formats, or lines with signaling rates currently ranging from 1.544 Mbps for T1, through 400.352 Mbps for T5. Widely utilized for the transmission of multiplexed voice and data signals.
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