pair gain

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pair gain

The number of additional wire pairs that may be served by applying some technology to existing telephone lines (wire pairs). For example, with the installation of digital loop carrier equipment at the telco office and at the customer site, one cable pair can be turned into two phone lines. Two cable pairs can be turned into many more lines using T1 and other technologies. Every channel bank, digital loop carrier and DSLAM is a pair gain system. See channel bank, digital loop carrier and DSLAM.
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1 system can be deployed in bundles with existing pair-gain systems, eliminating the need for digging, trenching and access inside the customer premise to provide both voice and high-speed data services.
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We explore the history of ADSL, the characteristics of ADSL2 and ADSL2+ and the barriers to its widespread adoption, including already installed pair-gain systems.
The 1586T allows all the tests needed to properly qualify two-wire and four-wire, leased or dial-up circuits for use with POTS, pair-gain, ISDN-BRI, xDSL or DDS equipment.
ENABLE DIGITAL PAIR-GAIN DEVICES to support 56 kbps (V.
The T1/E1 cores target data and voice processing in telecom and networking for small office PBXs and local area networks, connecting to wireless base stations as well as HDSL2 pair-gain applications," said Babak Hedayati, director of marketing and business development for the Xilinx IP Solutions Division.
The ENU supports all tariffed offerings and features "carrier-class" drop testing and maintenance capabilities, which are unparalleled in small pair-gain systems.
In addition, the company is a leading supplier to telecommunications companies throughout Asia, South America, and Europe with its transmission product line including HDSL and Pair-Gain systems.
is engaged in the design, manufacture, marketing, and support of a wide range of sophisticated telecommunications solutions and equipment, including: digital cross-connect systems, wireless local loop products, digital pair-gain systems, access multiplexers, business telecommunications systems and data communications.
HP's wide range of manufacturing functional-test solutions is installed in more than 100 manufacturing sites worldwide, testing POTS, ISDN, pair-gain, HFC and E1/T1 products.
Other applications that can use this capability are pair-gain, wireless local loop, cable modems, SOHO routers and hybrid fiber/coax systems.
In the past, the Pair-Gain market had a small number of vendors who only provided one piece of the entire IC system.