digital subscriber line

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: subscriber line - a generic name for digital lines that are provided by telephone companies to their local subscribers and that carry data at high speeds
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ligne d'accès numérique
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The 64Kbps mono AAC audio track will automatically copy over, but I could configure audio output as well.
The standard speech coder starts from the 64kbps PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) method adopted in ITU-T recommendation G.711 in 1972 and standardized to 32kbps ADPCM (Adaptive DPCM) and 16kbps LD-CELP (Low-Delay CELP).
After the data limit has been reached, the speed drops to 64Kbps until midnight.
The RA-460 can also support the Thales PR4G and FastNet waveforms, and provides data rates of between 64kbps and five megabits-per-second.
Speed General 64kbps 64kbps 64kbps Facebook high speed Monthly free 10Gb any Internet 500 MB 2 GB data volume + 10GB Facebook Requirements Active SIM card Active SIM card Active SIM card Limitations None No file sharing None VoIP, or Internet tethering URL .my/xpax-tnc .my/tnc/6553 India Maxis Aircel Smart Phone Penetration 76% Q4 2016 EBITDA margin FY 52.8% NA 2016 Product Hotlink Free Basic Internet name Free social chat Launch Data 2013 Associated Hotlink Any with prepaid prepaid product?
With the pack, all Hala users can activate a never-ending data pack for just QR2 per day and enjoy access to unlimited data at 64Kbps speed until midnight on the date of activation.
Orban's proprietary codec pre-processing engine has been specially tuned for operation at 24Kbps, 32Kbps, 48Kbps, 64Kbps and 128Kbps rates with multiple codecs, including HE-AAC v2.
Looking at the ads today is amusing: they promote fast internet "breaking the speed barrier with 64kbps!" and electronic devic es that store the equivalent of a few digital photos today.
He explained, “Applications Supporting G.722 over TDM: In both A-Law and [micro]-Law PCM (64kbps), 8 bits are required to represent each sample.