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Extended SuperFrame

A new version of the SuperFrame that allows for more frames to be grouped together. In a T1 circuit, each of the 24 DS0 channels are sampled every 125 microseconds and 8 bits are taken from each. If you multiply the 8 bits by the 24 channels, you get 192 bits in a chain, and then add one bit for timing, you get 193 total bits in one frame. Twelve frames comprise the SuperFrame. For the Extended SuperFrame, we double the number of frames, making the total 24.


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