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ami

(ami)
n
a male friend
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The restrictions that the DS1 signal should have no more than 15 consecutive zeros and have at least 12.5-percent average ones density are imposed by circuits that receive the signal and extract the inherent 1.544-megahertz clock from it.
The network control bit is always 1 when customer data is being sent in that channel so that the customer can send as many consecutive zeros as wanted and the average ones density in that channel will be no less than one in eight no matter what the customer sends.