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OC-48

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OC-48

The SONET transmission rate of 2488.32 Mbps. See OC.
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Also, both alternative configurations for odd and even channels are shown for the SONET OC-48 case.
"Equipment vendors can upgrade OC-48 systems to support OC-192 data rates without reengineering their networks.
The company now offers direct Internet backbone connectivity in the UK, enabling companies worldwide to be connected to UUNet's OC-48 US and STM-16 European backbones in a single satellite hop.
The Cisco 12000 GSR provides scaleable IP forwarding and services performance in a carrier-class platform, enabling high-speed IP backbones to scale to OC-12 (622 Mbps) and OC-48 (2.4 Gbps).
Its Active WDM multiplexer bumps capacity up to OC-48 data transfer rates for up to 16 strands of fiber optics, effectively reducing acquisition costs to pennies on the dollar compared to the cost of installing new fiber optic runs with associated labor and conduit expenses to yield the same capacity gain.
"Global Crossing is supplying an OC-48 (STM-16) link that will connect Naval Research Laboratories in Washington D.C.
Media converters support multiple network types and data rates, including 10, 100, 10/100, 10/100/1000 Ethernet, OC-3, OC-12, OC-48, T-I, T-3, asynchronous transfer mode, synchronous optical network and serial technologies.
The LSI Logic 6.4 Gbps HyperPHY core has a wide operating range (1.2 Gbps to 6.4 Gbps) providing the flexibility to support a number of standard data rates including Optical Interface Forum (OIF) CEI-6, XAUI, OC-48, and STM-12 for applications including routers, LAN switches and SAN switches, etc.
The network is designed with the flexibility and scalability to enable Conxion to offer any amount of capacity between any two points in order to meet customers' changing bandwidth requirements for digital content transmissions -- whether OC-48 today, OC-192 next year, or OC-768 in the future.
An integrated (single chip), state-of-the-art clock generator, using a high Q, LC oscillator on-chip for OC-48 (2488.32 MHz) generates the phase noise profile shown in Figure 9.