Digital Subscriber Loop Technology
Explains Digital Subscriber Loop technology (DSL), its advantages and disadvantages.
# 60552 | 2,205 words | 5 sources | APA | 2005 |
Published on Aug 30, 2005 in Computer and Technology (Internet) , Computer and Technology (Technology) , Computer and Technology (Networks) , Computer and Technology (Hardware)
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This paper provides an overview of how DSL technology works, looks at the differences between ADSL (asymmetric DSL) and DSL, describes which situations both technologies are more suited for, explains the vast applications of DSL technology and then takes a look at some of the shortcomings of DSL technology.
From the Paper:"On May 24, 1844 Samuel Morse-inventor of the telegraph-relayed the first message ever sent electronically: "What hath God wrought!" (Reynolds 9). Clearly, Morse comprehended some of the implications this momentous achievement suggested. It is unlikely, however, that anyone fully grasped what the future would hold for communications. From the telegraph to the telephone to the internet, it appears that man-not God-demands ever progressive technologies to exchange ideas and information with those distanced from him. "This long history of technical innovation in communications ultimately brought forth an era of inexpensive high-speed data services." (Reynolds 9)."
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