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voice channel

A transmission channel or subchannel that has the bandwidth necessary to carry human voice. See voice grade.



voice grade

The bandwidth required to transmit human voice, which is about 4,000 Hertz (4 kHz). The term may refer to an analog telephone line, but also to a digital line that supports the digital equivalent of voice (see DS0). Depending on the context of usage, the term may refer to a channel that is a step up or a step down from another type.



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