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A local loop is only incapable of transporting high-frequency signal components if it is designed not to carry them. The capacity is still there; the network design, through load coil deployment, simply makes that additional bandwidth unavailable. DSL services, especially the Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL), take advantage of this disguised bandwidth.
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In spite of the name, DSL is an analog technology. The devices installed on each end of the circuit are sophisticated high-speed modems that rely on complex encoding schemes to achieve the high bit rates that DSL offers. Furthermore, several of the DSL services, specifically ADSL, g.lite, Very high-speed Digital Subscriber Line (VDSL), and Rate Adaptive Digital Subscriber Line (RADSL), are designed to operate in conjunction with voice across the same local loop. ADSL is the most commonly deployed service and offers a great deal to both business and residence subscribers.
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DSL comes in a variety of flavors designed to provide flexible, efficient, high-speed service across the existing telephony infrastructure. From a consumer point-of-view, DSL, especially ADSL, offers a remarkable leap forward in terms of available bandwidth for broadband access to the Web. As content has steadily moved away from being largely text-based and has become more graphical, the demand for faster delivery services has grown for some time now. DSL may provide the solution at a reasonable cost to both the service provider and the consumer. Businesses will also benefit from DSL. Remote workers, for example, can rely on DSL for LAN and Internet access. Furthermore, DSL provides a good solution for virtual private network (VPN) access as well as for ISPs looking to grow the bandwidth available to their customers. It is available in a variety of both symmetric and asymmetric services and therefore offers a high-bandwidth access solution for a variety of applications. The most common DSL services are ADSL, High-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL), HDSL-2, RADSL, and VDSL. The special case of g.lite, a form of ADSL, will also be discussed.
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When the World Wide Web and flat rate access charges arrived, the typical consumer phone call went from roughly four minutes in duration to several times that. All the engineering that led to the overall design of the network based on an average four-minute hold time went out the window as the switches staggered under the added load. Never was the expression, in its success lie the seeds of its own destruction, more true. When ADSL arrived, it provided the offload required to save the network. A typical ADSL installation is shown in Figure 5-3. No change is required to the two-wire local loop, but minor equipment changes, however, are required. First, the customer must have an ADSL modem at their premises. This device enables both the telephone service and a data access device, such as a PC, to be connected to the line. The ADSL modem is more than a simple modem, in that it also provides the frequency division multiplexing process required to separate the voice and data traffic for transport across the loop. The device that actually does this, shown in Figure 5-4, is called a splitter, in that it splits the voice traffic away from the data. It is usually bundled as part of the ADSL modem, although it can also be installed as a card in the PC, as a standalone device at the demarcation point, or on each phone at the premises. The most common implementation is to integrate the splitter as part of the DSL modem. This, however, is the least desirable implementation because this design can lead to crosstalk between the voice and data circuitry inside the device. When voice traffic reaches the ADSL modem, it is immediately encoded in the traditional voice band and is handed off to the local switch when it arrives at the CO. The modem is often referred to as an ADSL transmission unit for remote use (ATU-R). Similarly, the device in the CO is often called an ATU-C .
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