BORSCHT


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BORSCHT

[bȯrsht]
(communications)
An interface circuit between ordinary telephone lines carrying analog voice signals and digital time-division multiplex facilities, which digitizes voice signals, assigns them time slots, and then multiplexes them. Acronym for battery, overvoltage, ringing, supervision, coding, hybrid and test access.
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The Legerity SLIC family supports standard BORSCHT functions (battery feed, over-voltage protection, ringing, signaling, coding, hybrid, and testing), as well as key power management technologies, including thermal management, battery switching, and switching regulation.
The Open Compact Exchange is a scalable, cost-effective next-generation Class 5 access switch offering fault tolerance, remote diagnostics, BORSCHT functionality (Battery, Overvoltage protection, Ringing, Supervision, Coding, Hybrid, & Test), SS7 and ISDN-PRI capabilities, and the industry's most open programmable API.
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Both a vegetable soup and the house borscht might be termed passable.
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