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p × 64

In video teleconferencing, pertaining to a family of CCITT (now, ITU-T) Recommendations, where p is a non-zero positive integer indicating the number of 64 kb/s channels. Note: The p × 64 family includes Recommendations H.261, H.221, H.242, H.230, and H.320. These Recommendations form the basis for video telecommunications interoperability.

p-ANI

See pANI.

P-CSCF

Proxy-Call Session Control Function

P2P

1. point-to-point, 2. peer-to-peer.

PABX

Abbreviation for private automatic branch exchange. See PBX. Note: Use of the term “PBX” is more common than “PABX,” regardless of automation.

packet

1.In data communication, a sequence of binary digits, including data and control signals, that is transmitted and switched as a composite whole. Note: The data, control signals, and possibly error control information, are arranged in a specific format.2.The fundamental unit of communication on the Internet.

packet assembler/disassembler (PAD)

A functional unit that enables data terminal equipment (DTE) not equipped for packet switching to access a packet-switched network.

packet entry event

A packet layer reference event that corresponds to a packet entering a network section (from a circuit section) or a packet entering a DTE (from an access circuit section). [T1.504-1989]

packet exit event

A packet layer reference event that corresponds to a packet exiting a network section (to a circuit section) or a packet exiting a DTE (to an access circuit section). [T1.504-1989]

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