digital subscriber line

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Synonyms for digital subscriber line

a generic name for digital lines that are provided by telephone companies to their local subscribers and that carry data at high speeds

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Satellite links suffer from low bandwidth (64kbps) and high latency (2000ms), as well as network packet loss.
Spacenet GLT 1000 high-performance satellite modem: The GLT-1000 is a point-to-point or point-to- multipoint satellite modem, flexibly supporting data rates from 64kbps to 80Mbps with selectable frame size, modulation and FEC.
G.711 is the international standard for encoding telephone audio, which has a fixed bit rate of 64Kbps. With a 10 ms sample period, corresponding to a rate of 100 packets per second, the payload size is 80 bytes.
In [4] the value 1.98 was calculated when TRrate was set to 62.5Kbps and RTrate was set to 64Kbps. In our paper TRrate is set to 15.3Kbps and RTrate is set to 64Kbps which makes the ratio 4.92.
Terminal is designed to support voice and data rates up to 64kbps.
NITEL therefore requires several 64kbps to cope with base access tools like World Wide Web (Ojo-Igbinoba, 1997).
Customers here can choose from Platinum, Gold and Silver packages and can benefit from bandwidth ranging from 64Kbps to 1Gbps.
Customers can choose from Platinum, Gold and Silver packages and can benefit from bandwidth ranging from 64Kbps to 1Gbps.
DoCoMo will also offer the 64Kbps (best effort) "Flat-Rate Data Plan 64K" for 4,200 yen/month (incl.