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source service access point (SSAP)

A Source Service Access Point (DSAP) is a source address and has a similar structure to that of the Destination Service Access Point (DSAP). It consists of eight bits, six of which are used for the source address. The seventh bit is a control bit that is used to indicate whether it is a command or a response, depending on the coding.

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Englisch: source service access point - SSAP
Updated at: 24.11.2011
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