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V.35 Functional Specification

V.35 Functional Specification

Does anyone know how the V.35 functional timing works?  This is a sync I/F like RS-232 -- but there is no data available to show timing.  I am interested in transferring T1 data to a CSU/DSU, and need to understand the link between my box and the CSU/DSU.

RE: V.35 Functional Specification

V35 is an old (I think obselete) ITU-T standard. It can be obtained from the ITU-T website ( via the electronic bookstore. I think it costs 21CHF (about $15).

RE: V.35 Functional Specification

Thanks for the fast response.  That specification only discusses the electrical aspects for the link, I need the timing for Rx and Tx, and handshaking.  There is also the V.11 spec, this also pertains but again it is also electrical and not functional.

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