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DS0

(communications)
The zeroth DS level, having a transmission rate of 64,000 bits per second (64 kb/s), intended to carry one voice channel (a phone call).

DS0

A single 64 Kbps channel, which is the building block of a T1 transmission line. Designed for digital voice (PCM), 24 DS0 channels make up one T1 line. See DS and PCM.
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Five-day turn-up of additional DS-0 channels is a lead time that will shrink.
Once local access is accomplished, the customer organization basically has complete ownership of its FT1 resources, with the ability of dynamically reassign applications among available DS-0 channels using its own software-controlled DS-1 muxes.
With software-controlled mux s, FT1 DS-0 channels can be ued in any combinaton to transport voice or data at different times of the business day or night, under the customer's direct control.