G.bond

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G.bond

The generic name for the set of ITU G.998 standards for transporting multiple DSL lines over ATM, Ethernet and TDM. They enable telephone carriers to combine copper pairs to increase bandwidth and distance for customers. The G.998.1, G.998.2 and G.998.3 standards support ATM, Ethernet and TDM respectively over multiple DSL lines. See DSL Rings and G. standards.
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StratiPHY- Bonded is a complete instantiation of the ITU-T G.
Analog Devices' ADSL2+ bonding reference design, which includes its high-performance Fusiv and EaglePlus(TM) technologies, is compliant with the recent ITU-T G.