Home > General > DSL-RAM And Appropriate Router

DSL-RAM And Appropriate Router

March 30, 2018 Comments Off on DSL-RAM And Appropriate Router

DSL RAM and and at home on the PC long time the DSL connections were set up so that only a predetermined bandwidth available was more power. In this case, also called a fixed bandwidth. Continue to learn more with: NY museums . To achieve a higher transmission rate, there is RAM but also the so-called DSL connection. RAM stands for rate Adaptive mode”and with this type of connection, there is no set bandwidth. Here the transfer rate depends on the maximum available power depending on the line. Before each dial into the Internet and thus any connection, this bandwidth or transfer rate is checked by the corresponding DSL hardware. This is a great advantage, because as RAM always at every new connection can be determined with DSL the best possible speed.

A new synchronization always occurs between the so-called Agency and the DSL hardware. This adaptive process, it is guaranteed that for the connection always the best Transfer rate will be made available and therefore the user receives significantly more power and more speed than a DSL connection with fixed bandwidth. Who would like to use a DSL RAM connection, which should use a modem or a router in any case that supports also DSL 16000. These are usually designed so that easily DSL RAM is supported. Especially in rural areas, where often the transfer rate are not so high, the variant with DSL, RAM is a very good way to increase the speed for uploads and downloads. By Telekom was tested this recently in a detailed project with approximately 8000 users and the results were very promising.

So there was cases where the transmission rate could be more than doubled. Prerequisite is of course that the underlying technology is also designed and RAM with all its advantages can be used DSL. For all connections of Telekom, this technique is the user to a large extent to the Available. Torsten Stieler

Tags: mobile telephony & telecommunications

Comments are closed.