anonymous
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Why use a clock rate of 64000 for serial interfaces?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
When two routers are connected to communicate using a serial cable connection, one end of the router will be using DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) and the other end uses DCE (Data Communication Equipment). In order to communicate effectively with out any delay or to have the same band width, we use 64000 clock rate.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i've already gone through this http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_use_a_clock_rate_of_64000_for_serial_interfaces
anonymous
  • anonymous
i need more explanation

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anonymous
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@TuringTest can you help me with this networking question
nick67
  • nick67
it seems the typical bit rate for a phone call channel, sampled at 8 kHz with each sample having 8 bit content: 8 kHZ x 8 bit = 64 kbps
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@Ishaan94 help
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@mattfeury help
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@Ishaan94 can you help ?
anonymous
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i am sorry i won't be much of help here :|
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Serial links are of two types E1 and T1 , T1 has 24 and E1 has 32 Dso Channels , Dso is Channel associated with data and voice , so if ur buying a link 64000 is the minimum bandwidth you can allocate on a serial link. Apart from this there's no compulsion on 64k only u can give any number Depends on Your Service provider , Clock rate Being ur maximum alloted speed .
anonymous
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@vinitkocharekar thanks dude. can you tell me one more thing i.e how does different clock rates effect the serial network and wht could be the max values of clock rate??

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