Channel-associated signaling

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Channel associated signaling (CAS) is a type of digital signaling in which the signaling information is carried in the same communications channel as the payload. Another common term for this is in-band signaling and one of the most common examples cited is the robbed-bit signaling that is sometimes used on a T-1.

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