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HDSLHigh-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line
HDSLHigh Bitrate Dsl
HDSLHigh Speed Dsl
HDSLHigh-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (telecommunications)
HDSLHigh-Density Subscriber Line (internet)
HDSLHigh-level Data Specification Language
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Since then, a large number of other protocols have been developed, collectively referred to as xDSL, including HDSL, SDSL, ADSL, and VDSL.
High bit-rate digital subscriber line (HDSL) technology can achieve 1.5 Mb/s data rates in both directions on two copper wire pairs.
One xDSL technology, called Homogenous Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL), is available now and works over standard POTS lines.
There are also communications technologies in development that will allow videoconferencing/telemedicane systems to operate at real-time over standard telephone lines using a technology known as asymmetric or high-bit rate digital subscriber lines (ADSL and HDSL respectively).
Such broadband networks, in our case a combination of primary-rate ISDN and HDSL,[2] enable highly interactive communications with rich media exchange among learning partners through the implementation of the multiuser multimedia synchronous (MUMMS) applications to be developed.
As for Internet data plans, a subscriber to the 2 megabits per second data plan will enjoy a quota of 40 gigabytes at a monthly $19, compared to the current rate of $50 per 20 GB, while the cost of the HDSL service will be reduced from $150 to $83, and the quota doubled from 40 GB to 80 GB.
All products reportedly offer built-in Last Mile solutions such as IDSL, HDSL, SHDSL and fiber optics.
Standard Solution Configuration Conformance G.lite ADSL Point-to-multipoint ITU Full Rate ADSL Point-to-multipoint ITU (DMT) ADSL2+2 Point-to-multipoint ITU HDSL Point-to-point Point-to-multipoint G.SHDSL Point-to-multipoint ITU-not complete VDSL Point-to-multipoint Consortium 2003-ITU Cable Modem Mesh Consortium Systems ITU unknown Wireless LAN Point-to-multipoint IETF/ITU LMDS Point-to-multipoint IETF/ITU MMDS Point-to-multipoint IETF/ITU Max Bit Rate/Use Area Coverage Service Solution (MBPS) Capacity Radius Voice G.lite ADSL .640 up .940 down 15,000-18,000 ft.
Specific applications for the NUP4201 are protection of USB 1.1 and 2.0 power and data lines, T1/E1 and T3/E3 secondary integrated circuits (ICs), HDSL and IDSL secondary ICs, video lines, microcontroller inputs, base stations and I2C buses.
Various schemes such as asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL), high-bit-rate digital subscriber line (HDSL), and integrated services digital network (ISDN) transmit and receive high-speed data over ordinary copper telephone lines.