The strong case for VDSL

Stewart, Alan
November 2000
America's Network;11/01/2000, Vol. 104 Issue 16, p42
Trade Publication
Presents information on the very high bit rate digital subscriber line technology used by ExOp of Kansas City, Missouri and US West in Phoenix, Arizona. Features of the technology; Economic aspects of the technology; Cost of the service of ExOp; How the ChoiceTV service of US West works.


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