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transmission efficiency of the High-Speed Digital Transmission System

Suppose I have a multiplexer that is connected to a high-speed digital transmission system that can transfer 1,536,000 information bits per second. How many standard voice channels is the high-speed transmission system capable of carrying and how do you figure this out?

What is the transmission efficiency of the High-Speed Digital Transmission System if the total number of bits traveling through the system is 1,544,000 bits per second? (Note that the extra bits are used for overhead purposes such as synchronizing the multiplexer and demultiplexer). Again, how do you figure this one out?

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The number of voice channels that can be transmitted in the High-Speed digital transmission line is given by

= (capacity of transmission line) / (Required bit rate for each channel)

In the standard voice ...

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