S reference point

ISDN reference point that works with a T reference point to convert a four-wire ISDN network to the two-wire ISDN network needed to communicate with the ISDN switches at the network provider.

sampling rate

The rate at which samples of a specific waveform amplitude are collected within a specified period of time.


(1) Service Access Point: A field specified by IEEE 802.2 that is part of an address specification. (2) Service Advertising Protocol: The Novell NetWare protocol that supplies a way to inform network clients of resources and services availability on network, using routers and servers. See also: IPX.


Sustainable cell rate: An ATM Forum parameter used for traffic management, it is the long-term average ...

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