RE: New equipment.

Peter A. Sang ( (no email) )
Fri, 18 Apr 1997 20:20:47 +0200

Hi Mitch,

great idea! (I agree it's a little bit offtopic)

Does anybody know a good list where we can dig into ISP- & DSP technical
details <DG> ?

REM: my company originates from parallel computing and DSP products,
still _love_ this stuff: I'm always prepared for an in-depth discussion
......going from MB's to bytes, nibbles and even DSP-microcode ;)

cu, Peter

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Mitch Wagers []
>Sent: Friday, April 18, 1997 5:04 PM
>Subject: Re: New equipment.
>Thanks Peter! You are correct about the USR and PM3's and I apologize for
>myself. It is still argued that a DSP chip must convert the signal
>however, but with much less reduction in quality. Both of us are correct,
>yet there are still details that cannot be removed. However, the caller's
>modem is digitally muxed to a T1 if it is run to a com server like a 5200.
>I think, however, this conversation will be taken to a newer list seeing
>that it has to do with ISP Technology, and not RadiusNT. I'm more than
>happy to be available for discussion and to work out the "myths" about this
>stuff, but not on this list any longer. I believe even the Big Boys
>(laugh) learned a couple things.
>Telco's can tell you one thing, but this stuff is rarely noted for people
>to learn :) Always remember that a telco is a telephone company.
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