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TS613 as driver for ADSL line interface - a single supply implementation with passive or active impedance matching

Posted: 01 Jun 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:ADSL? interface? data communications?

ADSL is a new modem technology that converts the existing twisted-pair telephone lines into access paths for multimedia and high-speed data communications. ADSL transmits more than 8Mbit/s to a subscriber, and can reach 1Mbps from the subscriber to the central office. ADSL can literally transform the actual public information network by bringing movies, TV, video catalogs, remote CD-ROMs, LANs and the Internet into homes.

An ADSL modem is connected to a twisted-pair telephone line, creating three information channels: a high speed downstream channel (up to 1.1MHz) depending on the implementation of the ADSL architecture, a medium speed upstream channel (up to 130kHz) and a plain old telephone service, split off from the modem by filters.

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