The generic designator for several digitally multiplexed signal carrier systems.
T-carrier, sometimes abbreviated as T-CXR, refers to one of several digital transmission systems developed by Bell Labs. T-carriers are used in North America, South Korea, and Kyoto. The first of these was Transmission System 1, which Bell Labs introduced in 1962. T-1 greatly increased the number of telephone calls the telephone network was capable of transmitting at one time.
The numerical value of T-carrier in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of T-carrier in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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I want that fourth carrier.
I just wrap my arms around the whole backfield and peel 'em one by one until I get to the ball carrier. Him I keep.
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