signaling rate


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signaling rate

[′sig·nə·liŋ ‚rāt]
(communications)
The rate at which signals are transmitted.
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The 10 percent penalty paid in additional signaling rate is negligible for the fiber link.
On the monetary front, the European Central Bank seems intent on continued waffling, signaling rate cuts will end with borrowing costs at 1% and seemingly failing to reach a workable consensus on "unconventional measures" (meaning quantitative easing, a policy in place in the US, UK and Japan).
Other features include QoS packet marking, bandwidth and signaling rate policing, usage metering and QoS measurements for the media flows.
Deployed at the border between JAJAH's data center and the Internet, Acme Packet's SBCs provide critical security functions, including denial-of-service attack prevention, access control lists and signaling rate limiting to protect JAJAH's core service infrastructure.
Acme Packet's Net-SAFE[R] security architecture features denial of service (DoS) attack prevention, access control lists and signaling rate limiting, providing security and assured network availability for Cricket's VoIP interconnects to various business partners.
35 Gbps over-the-air signaling rate delivering 890 Mbps application layer throughput - faster than any other wireless product currently available.
With signaling rates of 50 Gbps becoming commonplace, and protocols like Ethernet, pushing 400 Gbps bandwidth, traditional methods are insufficient.
Today's package designers face gigabit signaling rates running through packages that require alternatives to lumped element modeling.
ATM runs with signaling rates of 155 megabits per second (Mbps), with a small amount of signal energy in the range above 100 megahertz (MHz).
Each of these sectors can provide dedicated bandwidth at the maximum signaling rates allowed by the applicable 802.
OC-1, OC-3, OC-12, 0C-48 Optical carrier signaling rates measured in bits transmitted per second.

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