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DSL Advances by Peter J. Silverman, John M. Cioffi, Massimo Sorbara, Thomas Starr

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Chapter 10. Spectrum Management of DSL Systems

10.1 Spectrum Management Background

10.2 The Concept of Spectrum Management

10.3 The Basis Systems

10.4 Spectral Compatibility via Method of Signal Power Limitations (Method A)

10.5 Foundation for Determining Acceptable Levels for Spectral Compatibility

10.6 The Spectrum Management Classes

10.6.1 Class 1: Very-Low-Band Symmetric

10.6.2 Class 2: Low-Band Symmetric

10.6.3 Class 3: Mid-Band Symmetric

10.6.4 Class 4: HDSL2

10.6.5 Class 5: Asymmetric

10.6.6 Class 6: Wide-Band Asymmetric

10.6.7 Class 7: Very-Wide-Band Symmetric

10.6.8 Class 8: Wide-Band Symmetric

10.6.9 Class 9: Overlapping Asymmetric

10.7 Technology-Specific Guidelines

10.7.1 2B1Q SDSL

10.7.2 G.shdsl

10.7.3 776/784 HDSL4 Asymmetric Spectra Using TC-PAM ...

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