On Mon, 6 Mar 2000, Niall wrote:
the medium. For a phone line, however, to achieve Genesis' 45Mbit/s needs
e.g. a bandwith of 2MHz and S/N of 70dB. The traditional bandwith of a
phone line is 3.1KHz (to allow frequencies from 300Hz to 3.4KHz)
eh, surely a phone line would require a much broader bandwidth? the
human ear can detect noises up to 22KHz, or is speech limited to a
much narrower and lower frequency band?
is a lot nearer 40dB than 70dB. Still, I trust the magic "interface
device" will take care of all this.
ya pessimistic sceptic... :)
Niall O Broin
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