Telecommunications traffic, Erlang

The calculator gives telecom traffic in Erlang for given time span and total call duration.

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The calculator helps to convert telecommunications traffic into Erlang for a given total call duration for a period of time.

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Telecommunications traffic, Erlang

Digits after the decimal point: 2
Traffic in Erlangs

Erlang - telecommunications traffic measurement unit was named in honor of Danish mathematician A. K. Erlang, who developed telecommunications traffic theory. An Erlang represents the continuous use of one voice path. In practice, it is used to describe the total traffic volume of one hour.

When you have a telephone call for half an hour and then idle another half an hour, you produce 0.5 erlang telecom traffic. When you and your friend simultaneously call someone and talk for one hour, your total traffic load will be 2 erlangs.

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