Terrestrials and the last mile

Easland, Mark; Theel, Todd
June 2000
Satellite Communications;Jun2000, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p28
Trade Publication
Deals with digital subscriber line (DSL) technology as a solution to a huge market demand for bandwidth. Factors that have fueled the demand for bandwidth; Disadvantages of the cable system; Types of DSL technology.


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