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global standard for single pair high speed digital subscriber line (G.SHDSL)

Global Standard for Single-Pair Highspeed Digital Subscriber Line G.SHDSL is a combined DSL method with identical transmission rates in the downstream and upstream. G.SHDSL combines SDSL and HDSL2. G.HSDSL is a symmetrically operating method for copper twisted pairs, which is used in wide area networks, but also for LAN-LAN couplings and for connecting servers to local networks

. G.SHDSL can transmit data over longer distances. The data rates depend on the number of bundled subscriber lines (local loops). If two subscriber lines are bundled, the data rates are 4 Mbit/s, and 6 Mbit/s for three. The data rates are always a multiple of the basic data rate of 64 kbit/s

or 192 kbit/s. Thebundling of

4 subscriber lines is specified in the SHDSL.bis standard. G,SHDSL combines the features of other DSL methods and can transmit a wide variety of protocols; such as ISDN, Transmission System 1 (T1) and T3, ATM and the IP protocol. One advantage of this technology is that transmission continues even if a subscriber line fails.

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Englisch: global standard for single pair high speed digital subscriber line - G.SHDSL
Updated at: 24.05.2013
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