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Presentation Outline

INTRODUCTION OF DSL TECHNOLOGY


1.Introduction to DSL

2.General Modem Connection for DSL

3.Basic Technology

4.Types of DSL

5.Application of DSL

6.Advantages of DSL

7.Disadvantages of DSL

8.References
GENERAL MODEM FOR DSL CONNECTION

BASIC TECHNOLOGY(OPERATION)

INTRODUCTION
DSL stands for DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINE.
DSL is a broadband high-speed Internet technology that brings high bandwidth
information to home and offices over ordinary copper telephone lines.

DSL technology provides high-speed, broadband network


connections to homes and small businesses.
DSL utilizes the same cabling used for normal telephones,
but it can offer higher data rates through use of the digital
modem technology

GENERAL MODEM FOR DSL


CONNECTION

BASIC TECHNOLOGY(OPERATION)

TYPES OF DSL
ADSL(Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line)
VDSL(Very high-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line)
SDSL(Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line )
HDSL(High bit/data rate Digital Subscriber Line)
ISDN DSL(Integrated Service Digital Network)

Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL):


Most home and small business users typically use
ADSL.
The transfer of data from the internet to PC is
much faster than the transfer from PC to internet.
Downstream speeds for ADSL range from 1.59
Mbps, while upstream speeds are up to 1.5 Mbps,
for a distance of 18,000 feet from the service
providers premises.

Working of A Simplified ADSL

Very high-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line(VDSL):


Provides high speed internet connection but works only over a short distance.

Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL):


Does not allows to use the phone at the same time. But internet speed of
sending and receiving data is same.

High bit/data rate Digital Subscriber Line(HDSL):


HDSL was the first DSL technology that used a higher frequency spectrum of
copper, twisted pair cables.

Integrated service digital network(ISDN


DSL):
1.Symmetric data rates of up to 144 kbps using
existing phone lines.
2.Capable of using the same modem or terminal
adaptor used for ISDN and is always available.

DSL VS CABLE

Both DSL and Cable Modem technologies offer


high-speed Internet access.Even though they
are similar in many respects, the two
technologies differ on some fundamental
aspects such as:
Speed:Cable can achieve, theoretically, up to 30
Mbps, while most forms of DSL cannot reach
beyond 10 Mbps.

Bandwidth
Cable modem technology delivers shared bandwidth within the
neighborhood, while DSL delivers dedicated bandwidth. DSL
typically is provided in the range from 128 kbps to 1.544 Mbps,
varying as the equipment.

APPLICATION OF DSL
1.Interactive Video movies on demand, video
on demand, video conferencing.
2.High-speed Data communication Internet
access, Telecommuting, Remote LAN access
,specialized network access.

ADVANTAGES
service is always ON and

1.DSL
we can still
use the phone for voice calls.
2.Broadband speed is much faster than dial
up service.
3.Fixed monthly billing , regardless of time
usage.
4.Digital data is directly transmitted to
computer as digital data which uses much
wider bandwidth for transmitting.

DISADVANTAGE

DSL has one significant downside:


1.As you move away from the central
office ,the connection becomes slower.
2.This results is distortion of signal.

REFERENCE

1.International Telecommunication Union (ITU). G.992.1 (G.dmt), G.992.2 (G.lite)


standards information. http://www.itu.int
2.Standards Committee T1-Telecommunications. XDSL standards and relevant
documents from T1E1.4 Working group. http://www.t1.org
3.European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). ADSL, VDSL and
SDSL
standards. http://www.etsi.org
4.Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). ADSL MIB working group.
http://www.ietf.org, http://www.ietf.org/html-charters/adslmib-charter.html

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