On Sun, 5 Mar 2000, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 01, 2000 at 12:58:29PM +0000, Niall wrote:
> > In any event, this cable is of much higher quality than any installed
> > local loop telephone cable. A fundamental law of information transmission
> > tells us that sending 45 Mbit/s requires a signal frequency of at least
> > 90MHz
>> Only if you insist on carrying the signal on a single carrier.
> And, more correctly, it's the bandwidth, not the frequency that
> correlates with information content.
Of course - read my words - I said that you need a signal frequency of at
least 90MHz - it's going to be hard to get 90MHz of bandwidth if your
maximum signal frequency is less than that. Of course, the lady at Genesis
informed me that the interface device which would override my modem would
take care of all that for me - I await the arrival of their bumph with
Niall O Broin
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