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ADSL Modulation Scheme Attributes

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ADSL Modulation Scheme Attributes

I could not find any reliable comprehensive source and dont want to read all the specs.... Different max. speed is given on different sources. I will complete this table step by step as I find reliable figures.

Specification Spectrum Remark Up Dn Line Length
ITU G.922.1 Annex A (G.dmt) 25-138/138-1100 over-POTS 640kb 6Mb
ITU G.922.1 Annex B (G.dmt) 138-276/276-1100 over-ISDN
ITU G.992.3 (ADSL2)Annex A
over-POTS
ITU G.992.3 (ADSL2)Annex B
over-ISDN
ITU G.992.3 (ADSL2)Annex L ("reach extended")
over-POTS 1Mb 12Mb
ITU G.992.3 (ADSL2) Annex M
over-POTS 3.5Mb
ITU G.992.3 (ADSL2) Annex J ?-276/276-? NO POTS 3.5Mb 12Mb
ITU G.992.5 (ADSL2+) Annex A
25-138/138-2200 over-POTS
ITU G.992.5 (ADSL2+) Annex B
138-276/276-2200 over-ISDN
ITU G.992.5 (ADSL2+) Annex L
over-POTS 1Mb 24MB
ITU G.992.5 (ADSL2+) Annex M
25-276/276-3300 over-POTS 3.5Mb 24Mb
ITU G.992.5 (ADSL2+) Annex J
NO POTS 3.5Mb

Annex A: ADSL-over-POTS
Annex B: ADSL-over-ISDN 138-276 kHz up / 275-1104 dn
Annex M: More BW for uplink, over POTS, 3.5 MB up
Annex L: extended reach, over-POTS
Annex J: NO POTS (but ISDN???), 3.5Mb up

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asymmetric_Digital_Subscriber_Line

 

Example: ADSL line in Bangkok, ISP Telephone Organisation of Thailand (TOT)

Subscribed package: "Best Fit", 8Mbps dn / 1Mbps up

Selected mode remark dn att dn SNR dn speed up att up SNR up speed
G.dmt Annex A 28.5 13.5 8064 15.0 12.0 800
G.dmt Annex M invalid ->2+
ADSL2 Annex A 24.0 12.0 9151 14.7 16.5 737
ADSL2 Annex M 25.0 12.0 8045 13.5 18.8 1278
ADSL2+ Ann. A 28.0 23.3 10240 14.7 13.0 729
ADSL2+ Ann. I no sync.
ADSL2+ Ann. A/L =A
ADSL2+ Ann. M 30.0 22.7

10240

19.7 13.5 1278
ADSL2+ Ann. A/I/J/L/M =M

Modem default was A/L, which led to "A". In this mode the possible uplink speed could not be fully utilized. Annex M assigns more spectrum to the uplink, almost doubling the speed. There is still enough BW for the uplink to allow the maximum uplink speed of 10Mbps.

This ADSL line connect earlier with 8192 / 1023 kbps (Annex M mode). Recently the downlink limit seems to be lifted up to 10 Mbps, while the uplink might be unlimited (?) and only the line quality is the limit.

Annex J could improve the uplink even more, but is not specifically selectable. Also the phone line would be unusable for POTS.

 

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0 #1 Nino 2013-02-05 10:26
Check out www.itu.int/.../en
You will see that there's no such thing as ADSL2+ annex L (yet). Maybe you want to add annex I. And why not stick to alphabetical order? :-)
Annex J is often marketed as ISDN-like because an annex J line often comes with 2 voice "channels" and 3 or more telephone numbers included, at least with Deutsch Telekom. Technically everything runs over IP.
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