What is ISDN


ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) is an all digital communications line that allows for the transmission of voice, data, video and graphics, at very high speeds, over standard communication lines.
ISDN provides a single, common interface with which to access digital communications services that are required by varying devices, while remaining transparent to the user.
Due to the large amounts of information that ISDN lines can carry, ISDN applications are revolutionizing the way businesses communicate.ISDN is not restricted to public telephone networks alone; it may be transmitted via packet switched networks, telex, CATV networks, etc.

Source: protocols.com

Capabilities of Typical ISDN Switches

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