Up to 8Mbps Speed
The ADSL modem features ANSI T1.413 issue 2, G.dmt modulation for speeds of up to 8Mbps downstream and 1Mbps upstream. G.lite is also supported, allowing up to 1.5Mbps downstream and 512Kbps upstream. G.lite is sufficient for most Internet applications today, and has the advantage of not requiring the installation of a splitter at the subscriber end. The modem auto-senses the connection type and auto-negotiates the best modulation scheme, G.dmt or G.lite using the G.hs (handshake) protocol.
Uses Existing Telephone Line
Always-on" or Dial-up Connection to ISP Your ADSL modem operates over the existing telephone wire and does not require any new transmission media. The modem makes possible high-speed multimedia services, Internet access, and video conferencing for you, using a standard copper phone line. This ADSL modem supports both "always on" and dial-up connections to ISP. "
Always-on" eliminates the need to dial to ISP
This ADSL modem supports both "always on" and dial-up connections to ISP. "Always-on" eliminates the need to dial to ISP and is ideal for applications like IP telephony . Dial-up connection lets you save ISP charge, it allows you to disconnect from the Internet when you don't need to use it.