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Multiplexing is on the basis of direct TDM. Either full SONET speeds or lesser asynchronous and synchronous data streams can be multiplexed into the STS-N payload, which then converts into an OC-N payload. In other words, an appropriate combination of DS-0, DS-1, DS-2, and DS-3 signals can be multiplexed directly into an electrical STS-1 payload, which then converts to an optical OC-1 payload. The multiplexing process involves byte interleaving, much as described for traditional TDMs. 9.2.3 SONET/SDH Topology
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Send Called Address. This orders the mobile to send digits: for example, a called party number or a service access code (Section 3.5.1). Handoff. This alerts the mobile that it is being handed off to a new cell and speci es the new voice channel, its color code, and the new transmit power. This message consists of word 1 . 12.4.7 Mobile Control Messages on RVC F 1 in the rst message word, and F 0 in succeeding words (Fig. 12.4-5). Change Power Con rmation (word 1). The mobile con rms the receipt of a change power order.
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