was looking at a program on German telly last night where some new and
interesting " features" were introduced. This one is one that could
all of our Bandwidth issue's of late.
As you might know the German ISDN is fibre rather than Copper high- speed
ISDN as it is in use here.
Now the thought goes like this (developed by Munich University):
You get a white laser-beam and "comb" (split) the different frequencies
and use each of them as carriers. Therefore you get around a hundred in one.
All this is said in a very simplistic way, but I think some of you might
I'm saying here. If that is to come, all of what we know today will be crap!
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