(1) A communications path or the signal sent over a channel. Through Multiplexing several channels, voice channels can be transmitted over an optical channel. (2) A communications path derived from a specific Transmission medium, as for example Fiber optic cables. The channel supports the end-to-end communications of an information Source and destination. Besides the transmission medium a channel needs to have a transmitter/receiver (transceiver) and a modulator/demodulator (modem). By multiplexing, several channels can share the SAME specific transmission medium. Channel is synonymous with link. The term channel is usually employed within the context of multiplexing but not always. (3) All AETN packages will have two audio channels. Channel One will include the VO and nat sound

Channel Two will contain the Nat Sound only. The nat sound includes the original language the soundbites are recorded in.

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