|reply to Zorglub8 |
Re: Yeah, but...
Yes. The above poster is wrong in the 100 MB figure. It is limited to about 26 as far as I know without bonding...
He also totally jumped the gun on the above poster's words. He didn't say they had "VDSL 1.5" deployed. He said that they had VDSL deployed and that 1.5 MB internet connections were a joke.
Santa Rosa, CA
I thought that u-wave was to be ADSL2+, which offers sync up to 24/3. Are you sure about the VDSL protocol usage?
San Antonio, TX
They are using vdsl. ADSL2+ maxes out at that, where as they are getting 25meg at 3000 feet right now.
|reply to dgatewood8 |
Theoretically, we have the following situation:
VDSL's maximum symmetric speed is 26 Mbps, but with asymmetric transmission, it's 52 down and 12 up.
VDSL2's maximum (again theoretical!) is 250 Mbps, with 100 Mbps at 500 m.
Again, your mileage may vary