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Old June 18th 04, 02:17 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Edward Cowling
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I realise ADLS is fast one way and much slower the other. But
what I'm unsure of is does this flip (like the old HST modems) to
be fastest in the data direction ?
Or is it like the old V23 1200/75 modems and stuck in fast
one way and snail pace the other ?

Thanks


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Old June 18th 04, 02:57 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Phil Chung
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"Edward Cowling" wrote in news:8vCAc.93327
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I realise ADLS is fast one way and much slower the other. But
what I'm unsure of is does this flip (like the old HST modems) to
be fastest in the data direction ?
Or is it like the old V23 1200/75 modems and stuck in fast
one way and snail pace the other ?


It stays fast downstream and slower upstream

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Old June 18th 04, 11:03 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Ian Stirling
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Iain A F Fleming wrote:
The entity currently known as Phil Chung wrote:

"Edward Cowling" wrote in news:8vCAc.93327
:

I realise ADLS is fast one way and much slower the other. But
what I'm unsure of is does this flip (like the old HST modems) to
be fastest in the data direction ?
Or is it like the old V23 1200/75 modems and stuck in fast
one way and snail pace the other ?


It stays fast downstream and slower upstream


Becasue it's full duplex: data is sent and recived /at the same time/,
so there is no "data direction" to flip.


This was also the case with 14400/300 (?) HST modems, that sent full duplex,
but switched the 14400 side over to whichever side was busy.

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Old June 19th 04, 07:35 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
PJB
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"Ian Stirling" wrote in message
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This was also the case with 14400/300 (?) HST modems, that

sent full duplex,
but switched the 14400 side over to whichever side was

busy.


If memory serves (and it usually doesn't, too well these
days ;-) ) the HST was 9600/450. Then USR brought out the
V32's (9600/9600) the the V32bis made an appearance (14K4
both ways)
One thing I *do* remember, my V32 cost just over 700 !!

P.


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Old June 19th 04, 04:58 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
martin
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PJB wrote:

"Ian Stirling" wrote in message
...

This was also the case with 14400/300 (?) HST modems, that


sent full duplex,

but switched the 14400 side over to whichever side was


busy.


If memory serves (and it usually doesn't, too well these
days ;-) ) the HST was 9600/450. Then USR brought out the
V32's (9600/9600) the the V32bis made an appearance (14K4
both ways)
One thing I *do* remember, my V32 cost just over 700 !!


lol

first modem I had was 150 baud, real baud. Built it myself, never did
get it type approved

Then I upgraded it to a massive 300 baud! WOW, what a difference!



P.


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Old June 19th 04, 06:29 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
PJB
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"Martin" wrote in message
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If memory serves (and it usually doesn't, too well these
days ;-) ) the HST was 9600/450. Then USR brought out

the
V32's (9600/9600) the the V32bis made an appearance

(14K4
both ways)
One thing I *do* remember, my V32 cost just over 700 !!


lol

first modem I had was 150 baud, real baud. Built it

myself, never did
get it type approved

Then I upgraded it to a massive 300 baud! WOW, what a

difference!

Never got that slow, ws2000 was my first, 300 & 1200/75 or
was it the 3000?...can't remember now ;-)

P.


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Old June 19th 04, 06:32 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Bob Eager
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On Sat, 19 Jun 2004 15:58:30 UTC, Martin
wrote:

first modem I had was 150 baud, real baud.


What other sort of baud is there? :-)

Then I upgraded it to a massive 300 baud! WOW, what a difference!


And now you can get up to about 3000...!

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Old June 19th 04, 08:03 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Michael Chare
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"Phil Chung" wrote in message
...
"Edward Cowling" wrote in news:8vCAc.93327
:

I realise ADLS is fast one way and much slower the other. But
what I'm unsure of is does this flip (like the old HST modems) to
be fastest in the data direction ?
Or is it like the old V23 1200/75 modems and stuck in fast
one way and snail pace the other ?


It stays fast downstream and slower upstream


Which is why it is known a Asymmetric DSL


Michael Chare


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Old June 20th 04, 06:03 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Ian Stirling
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Bob Eager wrote:
On Sat, 19 Jun 2004 15:58:30 UTC, Martin
wrote:

first modem I had was 150 baud, real baud.


What other sort of baud is there? :-)

Then I upgraded it to a massive 300 baud! WOW, what a difference!


And now you can get up to about 3000...!


Exactly 8000 (?)
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Old June 20th 04, 07:46 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Bob Eager
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On Sun, 20 Jun 2004 17:03:18 UTC, Ian Stirling
wrote:

Bob Eager wrote:
On Sat, 19 Jun 2004 15:58:30 UTC, Martin
wrote:

first modem I had was 150 baud, real baud.


What other sort of baud is there? :-)

Then I upgraded it to a massive 300 baud! WOW, what a difference!


And now you can get up to about 3000...!


Exactly 8000 (?)


Not on a POTS line... without DSL...
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Bob Eager
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