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DS3 Equivalent to 28 T1 Lines
DS3 service at a signaling rate of 44.736 Mbps is the equivalent of 28 T1 lines at their signaling rate of 1.544 Mbps. Because of the strict synchronization of TDM services, 28 T1 lines may be multiplexed into a single DS3 service.

Colocation is Often Cost Effective Bandwidth
Colocation is locating your servers in a colocation facility, also known as a carrier hotel. Advantages of this approach include ready availability of low cost bandwidth including DS3, Carrier Ethernet and SONET Fiber Optic OCx options. These data centers also offer backup power, environmental control and high levels of security.

Applications Demanding DS3 Bandwidth
DS3 transport is often used for real time video transport, high resolution images, large engineering files, and data backups to remote data centers. You can get this bandwidth through fiber optic delivery or over copper coaxial lines, called T3 lines.

What is the T-Carrier System?
T-Carrier is a set of standards developed by the Bell Telephone Companies back in the 1950s. These include T1 and T3 lines. They also define digital signal levels such as DS0, DS1 and DS3. DS0 is 64 Kbps, DS1 is 1.5 Mbps and DS3 is 45 Mbps.

The Importance of DS0
DS0 and DS3 are part of the same set of digital signal standards. DS0 is 64 Kbps, the bandwidth required to support one telephone call of 8 bits at a sampling rate of 8 Kbps. DS3 has a speed of 44,736 Kbps, commonly referred to as 45 Mbps. This speed level was chosen so that 672 DS0s could be multiplexed into one DS3. One DS3 can also multiplex 28 DS1 services. DS1 is the signal level transmitted on a T1 line.


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