CCS – Common Channel Signalling
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CCS – Common Channel Signalling

Common Channel Signalling is a signalling system used in telephone networks that separates signalling information from user data. Usually TS16 (Timeslot 16) on a E1 interface and TS1 (Timeslot 1) on a T1 interface, are exclusively designated to carry signalling relating to other traffic channels.

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