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    Digital Subscriber Lines

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    Digital Subscriber Lines Fast and affordable Internet access has become a big issue for private users and small businesses. Today users have many different options concerning Internet access. One can use a 56k/28k modem, cable modem, wireless, Ethernet, an ISDN connection, a T1 or T3 connection, or a DSL connection. Each method of connection has advantages and disadvantages concerning security, cost, and speed. A newer technology for users is DSL or a Digital Subscriber Line. DSL uses existing

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    Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Digital Subscriber Line new technology that takes advantage of standard copper telephone line to provide secure, reliable, high-speed Internet access. DSL refers to the family of digital subscriber line technologies, such as ADSL, HDSL, and RADSL. Connection speed for DSL ranges from 1.44 Mbps to 512 Kbps downstream and around 128 Kbps upstream. Unlike traditional connections DSL such as analog modems and IDSN, DSL deliver continuous “always on” access. That means

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    Cable Modems Vs. Digital Subscriber

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    America to transmit data at high speeds. These technologies, collectively called DSL, come in two main flavors. ADSL, this is an acronym for asymmetric digital subscriber line, is the most common. This name was coined by Bellcore in 1989. The other main type of digital subscriber line is called HDSL. It stands for high-bit-rate digital subscriber line. These two technologies are essentially the same, except they apportion a different bandwidth to upstream (user to network) and downstream (network to

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    1. An introduction Digital subscriber line (DSL) technology transforms an ordinary telephone line into a broadband communications link, much like adding express lanes to an existing highway. DSL increases data transmission rates by a factor of twenty or more by sending signals in previously unused high frequencies. DSL technology has added a new twist to the utility of twisted-pair telephone lines. DSL is a family of technologies that provide Internet access by transmitting digital data over

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    Introduction: Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) has started its origin from a telephone company desires to offer an end to end digital network as a service and named it as "integrated services digital network (ISDN)". Being a low speed in the communication is one of the major defect in ISDN. The low speed is due to the “crosstalk” between telephone lines, crosstalk is nothing but the electromagnetic coupling between lines. The crosstalk from all other telephone lines result in large noise which reduces

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    Signaling System 7

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    the form of messages. SS7 messages can convey information such as: · I'm forwarding to you a call placed from 214-555-1234 to 817-555-5678. Look for it on trunk 067. · Someone just dialed 800-555-1212. Where do I route the call? · The called subscriber for the call on trunk 11 is busy. Release the call and play a busy tone. · The route to XXX is congested. Please don't send any messages to XXX unless they are of priority 2 or higher. · I'm taking trunk 143 out of service for maintenance.

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    An Explanation of How the Internet Works

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    many different countries (Quarterman & Salus). The gateway to the Internet from your home computer is through an ISP. To get to the Internet through an ISP you have to have a modem dialup, ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network), DSL (Digital Subscriber Loop), cable modem, wireless, or leased line. These methods provide a variety of speeds to connect the Internet, without one of these methods you will not be able to connect to the Internet. Transmitting information using the Internet can be

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    all things pop culture it was hard for me to choose which was my favorite website. In this day and age, any and all information is just a click away. I chose a website that gives me access to all of these things and more, Rollingstone.com. As I subscriber to the magazine since 1997, I remember getting excited when they day came every 2 weeks or so (depending on the US postal service) when a new Rolling Stone magazine would find it's way into my mailbox. I could not wait to read the news and reviews

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    indicator of a race’s outcome. Usually it is if the odds or probability are great in favor of the desired outcome. However the future is uncertain and races can turn out any of a number of different ways. The field of medicine is another high subscriber to this forecasting technique. Potential diagnoses are frequently made based on a patient’s history or that of his ancestors and the calculated likelihood of him/her acquiring certain conditions. Statistics and probability aid in the decision

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    802.16

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    directly. IEEE 802.16 standard specifies a protocol that support low latency applications such as voice and videos and provides broadband connectivity without requiring a direct line of sight between subscriber terminals and the base transceiver station (BTS). It can support a large number of subscribers from a single BTS, accelerating the introduction of wireless broadband equipment into the marketplace, speeding up last-mile broadband deployment worldwide by enabling service providers to increase

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