Standard: IEEE 1051

RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR PARAMETERS TO CHARACTERIZE DIGITAL LOOP PERFORMANCE

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Scope:

Scope and Limitations. This recommended practice suggests a set of performance parameters for digital loop transmission between the user location and the serving office. In the case of ISDN, the user location is defined as

(1) the T-reference point, or

(2) the U-reference point. In the case of non-ISDN, the user location is defined as the point in the transmission circuit analogous to the ISDNdefined T or U reference point.

This recommended practice is limited to user information bit rates of 200 kb / s or lower.

Purpose. The purpose of this recommended practice is to suggest a set of transmission performance parameters to be used in the development of standards for low bit-rate digital channels between the user's location and an appropriate test point at the serving office.

Organization: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Document Number: ieee 1051
Publish Date: 1988-03-10
Page Count: 14
Change Type: STCH
Available Languages: EN
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: YES
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: YES
Status: Active
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