voice channel


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voice channel

[′vȯis ‚chan·əl]
(communications)
A communication channel having sufficient bandwidth to carry voice frequencies intelligibly; the minimum bandwidth for an analog voice channel is about 3000 hertz for good intelligibility.

voice channel

A transmission channel or subchannel that has the bandwidth necessary to carry human voice. See voice grade.
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