DSL Advances brings together the state of the art in xDSL technology, architecture, standards, and business cases for every technical professional and manager. The authors of the classic Understanding Digital Subscriber Line Technology review important technical progress made since DSL moved into the mainstream and preview enhancements still on the horizon. Coverage includes ADSL, HDSL2, SHDSL, line unbundling, spectrum management, VoDSL, video-on-demand, DSL in the networked home, CPE auto-configuration, flow-through service provisioning, security, advanced coding techniques, multi-user detection, and much more.
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Cutting-edge xDSL: technology, standards, architecture, regulation, and its application.
Digital Subscriber Lines (DSLs) have transformed millions of ordinary phone lines into broadband arteries that link homes and businesses to the Internet at megabit speeds. DSL Advances brings together the state of the art in DSL technology and architecture for every technical professional and manager. The authors of the classic Understanding Digital Subscriber Line Technology review the key challenges service providers and equipment manufacturers face now, preview tomorrow's most important standards and technical enhancements, and offer new insights into today's regulatory and business environment. Coverage includes:
THOMAS STARR, Sr. Member of Technical Staff at SBC Technology Resources Inc., is responsible for development and standardization of xDSL and other new local access technologies for SBC's network. He serves as vice-chair of the T1E1.4 DSL standards working group and vice-chair of the DSL Forum.
MASSIMO SORBARA, engineer at GlobespanVirata, is Chair of the T1E1.4 Digital Subscriber Loop Access subcommittee.
JOHN M. CIOFFI, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford, holds over 40 patents, including basic patents on DMT, VDSL, and V-OFDM. He spent seven years at Bell Laboratories and three years at IBM, and now advises many leading communications and investment firms.
PETER SILVERMAN has represented the DSL Forum's interests to other standards bodies and was its principal architect for CPE management and auto configuration. Starr, Cioffi, and Silverman co-authored Understanding Digital Subscriber Line Technology (Prentice Hall PTR).
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