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  • Smart Computing Article - Watching The World
    June 2002 Vol.6 Issue 6 Page(s) 218-221 in print issue Add To My Personal Library How Web Cameras Can Keep An Eye On Almost Anything Also referred to as POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service), this type of communication line is used by most homes to transmit data. A common problem with analog phone
  • PBX Systems (pdf)
    PBXs, KSUs, and PABXs contain line cards that support various transmission protocols such as ISDN, T1/E1, HDSL, and ADSL (Figure 3.46). PBXs also have features such as a POTS (plain old telephone service) pull-through which allows stations to have outside line access in the event of power failure
  • The role of multicore in the evolution of communications
    In the last decade we have experienced huge changes in the way we communicate. We have moved from fixed and wired plain old telephone service (POTS) to briefcase-sized mobile phones,. and more recently to smartphones. Behind the scenes we have moved seamlessly from the circuit switched technology
  • Smart Computing Article - How To Share Your DSL Connection
    (Digital Subscriber Line) Internet connection as for toys in the sandbox. Sharing gives broadband speed to everyone on your home or small office network, meaning they ll get more done in less time. They ll also avoid the frustration of glacial downloads over plain old telephone lines. But before you
  • U.S. ICT R&D Policy Report: The United States: ICT Leader or Laggard?
    as the ICT industry has seen over the last several decades, expanding from plain old telephone service (POTS) to advanced fiber optics, cable, and wireless technologies, the ICT industry remains immature with significant opportunities for innovation and growth. The role of the federal government
  • Smart Computing Article - Solving The Mysteries Of Modems
    for the average person to connect their computer to the rest of the world. Although many office networks use high-speed T1 lines and some home users enjoy access to speedy ISDN lines (see the "Need More Speed? Try ISDN " sidebar), the vast majority of us still dial in through the plain old telephone system
  • Smart Computing Article - Talking Through Your Computer
    to a point where you can establish a reasonably clear audio and video connection using plain old telephone service (POTS). The key phrase here is "reasonably clear. " Desktop videoconferencing utilizing POTS is still in its infancy, so video may seem somewhat jerky. Even the best POTS videoconferencing

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