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Extended superframe

In telecommunication, an extended superframe is a T-carrier framing technique in which framing requiring less frequent synchronization than the original T-carrier superframe format is provided for D-4 formatting and for on-line, real-time testing of circuit capability and operating condition.

Note: Less-frequent synchronization frees overhead bits for use in testing and monitoring.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C



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