From: Joe Desbonnet (joe at domain local.ie)
Date: Wed 05 May 1999 - 15:33:34 IST
Ahhh!! Great. Because even V90 is less than 2400 baud (I think). Not sure
what it is exactly, but all the recent modem standards concentrate on
pushing up the number of *bits* per baud (baud is the number of
symbols/transitions per second -- each symbol is at least
4 bits on a modern modem).
On Wed, May 05, 1999 at 01:42:43PM +0100, Paul Kelly wrote:
> Kevin Dunleavy wrote:
> > Does TE have any quality of service guarantee?
> I believe TE's domestic telephone lines are guaranteed to do 2400 baud.
> If they can't do this v22bis then you can report that as a fault.
> However, if they had a clue, their first question would be "Is it the
> remote modem identical".
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