For those of you interested in the history of telecommunications
as it was last century:
DS0 64 kbps
ISDN 2xDS0 = up to 128 kbps
T1 24 DS0 = 1.544 Mbps
T3 28 x T1 = 43.232 Mbps
OC3 = 84 x T1 = 155 Mbps
OC12 = 4 x OC3 = 622 Mbps
OC48 4 x OC12 = 2.5Gbps
OC192 = 4 x OC48 = 9.6Gbps
> On May 8, 2006, at 03:18 , Shannon Jacobs wrote:
>>> From: Gerhard Fasol <fasol_at_eurotechnology.com>
>>> Subject: Re: Sharp Zero3 from WillCom
>>> Date: Fri, 5 May 2006 23:02:05 +0900
>>> 1, The W-ZERO Site is here:
>> Thanks, though I've already spent a lot of time there and on other
>> pages. While I read Japanese, it's not like when I'm reading in
>> English. In
>> bandwidth terms, I could describe my Japanese reading as a 300
>> baud modem
>> versus my English T1.
> T1??? Why not ISDN?
> I'd recommend FTTH these days.
Received on Mon May 8 05:23:19 2006