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Amati vs Westell, DMT vs CAP ADSL
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Emcee:  Bill Harmond Type:  Unmoderated
I'm missing something from the run-up in Amati. The way I understand things, Amati's DMT technology, although theoretically faster than CAP, isn't mature (or in production, for that matter) like Westell's CAP technology.

Secondly, Westell is not just a modem supplier. It has another significant product called SuperVision, an ADSL multiplexor that takes an OC-3 (155Mbps) input and distributes data to numerous ADSL subscribers at 6 Mbps downstream/640 Kbps backchannel. US West has stated that they will incorporate this access system in their ADSL deployment, which, from my research, makes the DMT argument moot.

Any comments and additional info would be appreciated.
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1365 [re: IEEE Paper on Wavelets] Sorry for delay, I rarely come here nowadays... Rupert Baines-2/4/1997
1364 It depends on whether you want a home machine to be a url or not. If you do, thj rector-1/30/1997
1363 Hi j rector: << $25 per home will only get you a low-bandwidth return Vladimir Zelener-1/30/1997
1362 Hi Charles: I am not sure I agree with your time table and the scenario of tVladimir Zelener-1/30/1997
1361 You raised a lot of issues here and I'll try to answer them. 1. I think, bCharles Pluckhahn-1/29/1997
1360 $25 per home will only get you a low-bandwidth return line I believe. If you waj rector-1/29/1997
1359 Hi j rector: << I can't remember the cost to make cable 2-way w/higVladimir Zelener-1/29/1997
1358 Hi Charles: << A: US West Interprise announced last week that 768 kbps Vladimir Zelener-1/29/1997
1357 Cable should be the choice for anything that doesnt require upstream speeds of j rector-1/28/1997
1356 Q: Could you be a bit more specific about the pricing. I thought the customer pCharles Pluckhahn-1/28/1997
1355 Hi j rector: << availability, performance, and price/perform ratio wiVladimir Zelener-1/28/1997
1354 Valdimir, I agree w/you but I believe that at least three of your requirementsj rector-1/28/1997
1353 Hi Charles: << If 1-2 mbps symmetrical is "the answer," why Vladimir Zelener-1/28/1997
1352 Hi j rector: << If several direct comparison's were available thatVladimir Zelener-1/28/1997
1351 If 1-2 mbps symmetrical is "the answer," why not use HDSL, which is hCharles Pluckhahn-1/28/1997
1350 i tend to agree w/you vladimir--1-2 Mbps symmetric would appear to be cheaper tj rector-1/27/1997
1349 Hi Luke: << These papers point out that there is no theoretical perforVladimir Zelener-1/26/1997
1348 Thank you Luke. Your background and experience in xDSL is very impression and i(no name provided)-1/26/1997
1347 Luke, The link is dead. Is the path correct? <A HREF="ftp://mars.supervschoon-1/24/1997
1346 Thanks for the papers Lukej rector-1/24/1997
1345 j, << I have no motivation to prtest too much. Based on what I know abouLuke Smithwick-1/24/1997
1344 Dear Luke, I have no motivation to prtest too much. Based on what I know aboutj rector-1/24/1997
1343 Mr. Rector, << Everybody who is anybody agrees on the following: CAP wiLuke Smithwick-1/24/1997
1342 e, << Luke, could you explain to me why Globespan's partners such asLuke Smithwick-1/24/1997
1341 Luke, could you explain to me why Globespan's partners such as WSTL and PAI(no name provided)-1/23/1997
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