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The Japanese version of the E-Carrier Hierarchy in Europe or T-Carrier Hierarchy in North America. J-1 1.544Mbps J-2 6.312Mbps J-3 32.064Mbps J-4 97.7... View more

Jamming is the deliberate introduction of interference to a signal by generating another signal at greater power and close to the transmitted frequenc... View more

JAVA is an object oriented programming language developed at Sun Microsystems. The Java language is used extensively on the WWW (World Wide Web). ... View more

Jitter can be described as small or random variations in time or phase of a transmitted signal which can result in errors or loss of synchronization. ... View more

Justification is the method employed to change the rate of a transmitted signal to allow it to match with a system having a different rate. ... View more

JAVA Virtual Machine is an operating system which allows it to run software written in the Java language and provides the universal portability of the... View more


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