Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Lines

SEMINAR ON Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Lines : The ADSL technology is asymmetric. It allows the downstream bandwidth of more NSP's from a central office to the customer - that upstream from the subscriber central office. This asymmetry, together with a permanent access (which eliminates call configuration), which is ideal for ADSL Internet / intranet browsing, video on demand, and remote control LAN access. Using this application generally download information far more than they send.ADSL transmits more than 6 Mbps to a subscriber, and as far as More 640kbps in both directions. This rate increases the capacity of existing access by a factor 50 or more with the new cables. ADSL can literally transform the existing public information network of graphic resolution limited to voice, text and low for a powerful, ubiquitous system capable of bringing multimedia, including full-motion video,every house in this century.ADSL will be crucial over the next decade, or more than one phone companies access to new markets for delivering information in video and multimedia formats.New broadband cables will take decades to reach all potential subscribers. Success The new services will depend on reaching as many subscribers as possible during the first year. Bringing film, television, video catalogs, remote CD-ROM Corporate LAN and the Internet to homes and small businesses, ADSL will These markets viable and profitable telephone company and application providers.

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