Broader than PSTN but not broad enough. There is actually a standard called
BISDN where the B stands for Broadband, so even way back when it was thought
up, they didn't consider ISDN to be broadband. As a student, I went to a
couple of really tedious seminars about ISDN and BISDN (they were followed
by booze!) and the guy was referring to ISDN as narrow band and that was
I don't think there's an official definition of broadband but a search on
turns up a bunch of definitions that would exclude even dual channel ISDN,
On Wed, Nov 07, 2001 at 03:31:01AM +0000, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Tue, 6 Nov 2001, Fergal Daly wrote:
>> > What really annoys me is that people have swallowed Eircom's guff and have
> > started referring to ISDN as "broadband",
>> i might be wrong, but ISDN /is/ broadband.
>> (or how else do they get 2x 64k + 1x 16k channels onto 1 TP?)
>> > Fergal
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