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G.fast on track to be approved by 2014

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 16 July 13

1 Gbps over copper could become reality as ITU makes progress on new broadband standard.

A technology enabling 1 Gbps broadband over copper is on track to be approved by early 2014, said the ITU on Tuesday. Known as G.fast, it enables each sub-channel in a DSL line to carry more than the standard 15 bits each. However, it is only effective over very short distances of 100 metres or less…

A technology enabling 1 Gbps broadband over copper is on track to be approved by early 2014, said the ITU on Tuesday. Known as G.fast, it enables each sub-channel in a DSL line to carry more than the standard 15 bits each. However, it is only effective over very short distances of 100 metres or less…

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