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E2

(communications)
A European framing specification for the transmission of four multiplexed E1 data streams, resulting in a transmission rate of 8.448 Mb/s (= 8448 kb/s).
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E2

An 8.448 Mbps point-to-point dedicated, digital circuit provided by the telephone companies in Europe. E2 lines carry four multiplexed E1 channels. See E1 and DS.
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