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What is DS3?
DS3 or Digital Signal level 3 is a standardized TDM service offering a bandwidth of 45 Mbps. It may be delivered over SONET fiber optic service or over copper coaxial cable. When delivered over copper, the line is generally referred to as a T3 line.

Medical Imaging Transmission Bandwidth
Medical images, such as those generated by Teleradiology equipment, have large file sizes due to high resolution. Rapid transmission between hospitals and medical centers requires high availability, high bandwidth telecommunication services. For smaller offices or infrequent use, a T1 data line or bonded T1 lines might suffice. For medium and larger facilities, DS3, Fast Ethernet and OCx fiber optic services are recommended.

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.

Difference Between DSL and DS3
DSL means Digital Subscriber Line and is a shared bandwidth service offered on a "best effort" basis by telephone companies. DS3 is a professional telecom service with a fixed bandwidth of 45 Mbps both upload and download. DS3 is usually sold with on a contract with a service level agreement.


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