Tuesday, 12 December 2017

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…

Please login or register to view this content

Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Newsletter signup

Quickly get on board and up to date with the telecoms industry