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Crosstalk Cancellation for Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL)

  title={Crosstalk Cancellation for Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL)},
  author={Roman Tzschoppe},
Digital subscriber lines (DSL) denote a family of technologies providing digital data transmission over conventional telephone lines. The high availability of telephone lines — almost every home (in industrialized countries) is connected with a telephone line — makes DSL very attractive in comparison to other competing broadband access technologies. From the beginning of the 21st century, this has led to a boom of DSL. Telephone lines are intended to carry narrowband voice band signals in a… Expand


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