Re: Channellized T1

jason ( (no email) )
Thu, 19 Feb 1998 18:38:58 -0600

Kevin...I think what you may need is a product Adtran makes...thier TSU 120.

We use it to split a T1...4 channels are the incoming channels from our
remote PM3 and the other 20 are the PRI for our local PM3. Setup was a snap
and Adtran makes good hardware. Channelizing a T1 is no problem.
Let me know if I can help more.

Jason Roblyer
Nebraska Central Telephone Co
-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Ingram <>
To: NTISP Mailing List <>
Date: Thursday, February 19, 1998 3:51 PM
Subject: Channellized T1

>I am a newby at this stuff, so I need some advice...
>My telco is trying to sell me a channelized T-1 (B1?) to be split into some
>dialup lines and 56k circuits for some remote pops to operate on. My only
>experience is with standard T-1's and 56k 4wire. What kind of equipment do
>need to use to split out a channelized line, and what make/model would the
>experienced recommend?
>Kevin Ingram
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