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Modulation Schemes: Moving Digital Data With Analog Signals
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10/4/1997   Post a comment
If modulation makes you sick, don't read Andrew Davis' overview of modulation schemes, and how to stuff a fire hose worth of data down a soda straw pipe. Modulations are in the news these days because they are the subject of many skirmishes in the broadband wars. Both the cable modem vendors and the xDSL vendors are duking it out over modulations and standards. Read why.


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