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Two schools of vectoring thought—Use board or system level?

6/13/2012 07:14 PM EDT
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Ariel Caner
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re: Two schools of vectoring thought—Use board or system level?
Ariel Caner   6/24/2012 11:57:37 AM
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Thanks for the comment. Vectoring is a VDSL2 technology that allows operators to eliminate crosstalk in their broadband connections, and thus improve the performance of their DSL infrastructure. You can get a nice overview in a series of blog posts we published at blog.ecitele.com. The first one is at http://bit.ly/MGBP3l. Let me know if you have additional questions.

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CMathas   6/20/2012 8:48:45 PM
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thanks for your comment - I've pinged the author and you should have a response shortly!

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WKetel   6/20/2012 8:06:15 PM
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I am not familiar with whatever the process described as "Vectoring" actually consists of. So a clarification for the rest of us would be very useful. I know a bit about "thrust vectoring", and quite a bit about vectors in general, but this seems to be quite different.

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