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Conversion of erlangs into megabits/s

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    Dermot Corcoran
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    Hello,

    I was wondering if you could help me with a query. I’m looking to convert figures from erlangs into megabits per second. Is there a specific formula which is used or do you divde by a cetain factor.

    I hope I’ve explained my problem and that somebody can help me.

    Thanks

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    dmck
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    The Erlang formula will tell you how many lines/circuits/channels you require. If you are using a digital bearer then you will calculate the number of channels. Each channel will use a set bandwidth (usually 64kb for carrier grade lines) Multiply the number of channels by the channel bandwidth. Dont forget to add in bandwidth for D channels too.

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