Public data transmission service

Public data transmission service

In telecommunication, a public data transmission service is a data transmission service that is established and operated by a telecommunication administration, or a recognized private operating agency, and uses a public data network.

"Note:" A public data transmission service may include circuit-switched, packet-switched, and leased-circuit data transmission.

Source: From Federal Standard 1037C


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