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E5 circuits carry multiple E1 channels multiplexed, resulting in transmission rates of up to 565.148 Mbps.

The E-carrier system is similar to, and compatible with, the T-carrier system used in North America, but has higher capacity since it uses out-of-band signaling in contrast to the in-band signaling or bit-robbing used in the T-system.

Last updated: 2000-03-10

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s, and is commonly used for one {E4}, and to 565.148 Mbps.

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