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data.is a set of communication standards for simultaneous Digital Transmission of voice. video. and other network services over the traditional circuits of the public switched telephone network(PSTN) Used for voice. image and data 2 .Integrated Services Digital Network ISDN .What is ISDN?    ISDN .

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ISDN Architecture ISDN devices TE1 NT1 TE2 Analog devices: phone.. TA 4 .. Fax III..

ISDN Architecure Devices – NT1 – TE1 .ISDN devices – TE2 .Terminal Adapter 5 .analog devices (need TA) – TA .

Converts standard electrical signals into the form used by ISDN Needed for connection with TE2 devices  Terminal Adapter (TA) * * 6 . Terminal Equipment type 1 (TE1) ISDN compatible device (Router with ISDN Interface) * TE1s connect to the ISDN network through a four-wire. twisted-pair digital link *  Terminal Equipment type 2 (TE2) * * ISDN Non-compatible devices. Will require a terminal adapter.

**Network termination type 1 (NT1) * Is the termination of the connection between the user terminal system and ISDN Network **Network termination type 2(NT2) * Performs function at Layer 1. Layer2 and Layer 3 of the OSI model * Provides Multiplexing at Layer 1. Flow Control at Layer2 and Paketizing at Layer 3 * It is used to interface between Multiuser system and NT1 7 .

ISDN Reference points ISDN specifies a number of reference points that define logical interfaces between functional groupings. U---The reference point between NT1 devices and line-termination equipment in the carrier network. S---The reference point between user terminals and the NT2. T---The reference point between NT1 and NT2 devices. such as TAs and NT1s. 8 . ISDN reference points include the following: R---The reference point between non-ISDN equipment and a TA.

Zagreb. CEENet Workshop '97. August '97 9 .ISDN.

16 kb/s or 64 kb/s) call signaling information: • who is calling • type of call • calling what number 10 . – Delta channel (D-channel.• Types of channels – Bearer channel (B-channel=64 kb/s) clear pipe for data Carries user service information including: digital data. and voice. video.

• Types of ISDN Network – Basic Rate Interface (2 B channels + 1 D channel (16 kb/s)) – Primary Rate Interface (30 B channels + 1 D channel (64 kb/s)) 11 .

e. i. • Any service inquiry with a speed greater than 600 Mbps 12 . it not only has the narrowband capability of ISDN but also the broadband capability.B-ISDN • BISDN is an extension of ISDN in terms of capabilities.

each with its own subaddress 13 .. PC. terminal adapter.Advantages of ISDN • Digital – reliable connection • Speed – 128 kb/s (160 kb/s) for BRI – 1920 kb/s (2048 kb/s) for PRI • Multiple devices – phone.. videoconferencing system. fax. router.

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