Telephone Transport


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Telephone Transport
1010507Telephone TransportThe methods used to transport telephone communications have evolved over time from the use of uninsulated open-wire pairs strung on poles to fiber optic systems capable of transporting over 100,000 simultaneous calls. The early open-wire systems gave way to the use of insulated twisted pairs, often bundled together in cables. It is common today for the cable drop to a residence to consist of six twisted pairs in a cable, and cables containing as may as 2700 pairs are in use.Today there are many methods in use for transporting information through the network. So…
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Adam N. Rosenberg: CDMA Capacity and Quality Optimization. Telephone Transport, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003), AccessEngineering Export