HDSL2High Bit-Rate Digital Subscriber Line with 6db Noise Margin
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ADC offers a complete line of HDSL, HDSL2 and HDSL4 platforms, including the industry's first HDSL4 products independently certified to be compliant with the HDSL4 standard.
The EPAP feature is implemented in support of either G.shdsl (G.991.2) or HDSL2 (ANSI T1.418), under software command.
Intel Corp has introduced a new router to comply with the new American National Standards Institute (ANSI) High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL2) standard.
HDSL2, a recently developed industry technology for high speed data delivery using a standard, single-pair telephone line, is an evolution of HDSL, the predominant technology widely used to provide high speed data transmission services known as T1.
The latest variant, G.SHDSL, appears to combine the best of SDSL and HDSL2. It offers SDSL's symmetric multirates, but with the spectral compatibility of HDSL2, IDC believes G.SHDSL will become the leading U.S.
The high drive capability, low distortion, low power dissipation and very small footprint of the EL1503CL make it an ideal choice for very high board density ADSL and HDSL2 line driving applications.
announced a router, based on the new American National Standards Institute (ANSI) High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL2) standard.
The new WQLX module enhances the versatility of the Soneplex system, which is already a market leader in HDSL and HDSL2 performance.
The combined system will also support HDSL2, a new standards-based DSL technology that offers universal interoperability and increased bandwidth - up to 1.5Mb/s - over a single copper pair.
Teltrend's unique local telephone loop solutions -- developed for T1, HDSL, HDSL2, Fiber Optic, ISDN, DDS, and DLC applications -- allow telephone companies to provide new and better services to their customers without the need for costly infrastructure replacement.
Single-Pair High-Bit Rate DSL (SHDSL) -- Another term for high bit rate DSL 2 (HDSL2), which provides symmetrical transmission at 1.544 Mbps over a one-wire pair (versus two wire pairs for HDSL).
Recent standards activities at both the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) make it appear likely that preliminary specifications for HDSL2 will be more or less finalized.