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A High Speed Telecommunications Interface for Digital Audio Transmission and Reception
A high speed digital interface for the transmission and reception of digital audio signals over AT&T's Accunet was designed and implemented to operate in a MultiBus based microcomputer. This interface will transmit and receive digital data at 56,000 bits per second. Such a capability will allow the distribution of recordings in digital format from central databases which can be accessed by conventional telephone over the Accunet.
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