A Categorical Approach to Threshold Agent Networks by Voutsadakis G.

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6 Kbps. Future enhancements to GSM might raise the maximum data rates as high as 300 Kbps and improve the voice quality, but that rate is slow compared to the other access technologies and is expensive in call charges. Other successful cellular systems include the cdmaOne standard and the IS-136, or “TDMA” cellular standard. Both have been used for Access technologies 37 WLL, as discussed later, both in cellular frequency bands and other available bands. For example, IS-136 systems have been deployed in South America in the 400-MHz band as WLL solutions.

As yet, it is not clear what percentage of lines will be of sufficient quality to accept xDSL signals. Figures quoted in the industry vary from around 60% to 90%. Due to the technology’s relative newness, texts on xDSL are hard to find and tend to be limited to chapters in books such as [4]. Readers who want to know more about this topic should refer to academic journals such as [5] and [6]. During 1998 there was a change of direction from the ADSL forum. In the light of many potential problems associated with very high speed transmission, the forum decided to work on a new version of ADSL called ADSL Lite, or Universal ADSL (U-ADSL).

The provision of lines to those who currently 45 46 Introduction to Wireless Local Loop do not have access to telecommunications represents a vast untapped market. 1 Further, there is strong evidence that good telecommunications can promote economic growth. That has prompted many governments in countries with low teledensity to seek ways to increase teledensity dramatically in the hope that such an increase will fuel domestic growth. The ITU recommends that teledensity should be at least 20% to foster economic growth or at least ensure that growth is not hindered by lack of telecommunications.

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