ADSL and DSL Technologies

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McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Computers - 379 pages
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Now telecommunication engineers, vendors, and business managers in the cable and telephone industries can quickly get a handle on ADSL technology - without having to wade through mountains of extremely technical ADSL architecture reference materials. This comprehensive ADSL guidebook sorts it all out and translates it into terms that everyone involved with this new technology (carrier personnel, educators, consultants, and consumers) can understand. If you need to not only understand ADSL technology, but also how to apply and install it, this highly readable and practical book is for you. It includes numerous real-world applications and examples that will help you quickly and cost-effectively tap the awesome power of ADSL.

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Absolutely not recommended. A perfect example of why the telcos have nothing useful to contribute to the world of technology. This book is long paean to the joys of circuit switching, with barely a ... Read full review

Contents

Welcome to the Information Superhighway
1
The Public Switched Telephone Network
25
Loops and Trunks
51
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WALTER J. GORALSKI is an instructor and course developer at Juniper Networks, the number-two vendor of network routing products. Goralski has more than 35 years of experience in data communications, including 14 years at AT&T. He has written seven books on networking topics, the most recent one on optical networking.

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