Telephone Line Data Transmission Using LocalTaik
With the growth of the Internet, more and more people want their computers to be connected to the Internet and to get information from the Internet as fast as possible. Presently available remote network access methods are limited in speed and cannot support simultaneous voice transmission. They do not fully satisfy the Internet users' needs. This thesis presents a new high speed network access technology. With this method, a residential telephone line can be used to connect home computers at 230 kbits/s to the Internet without loss of the voice service. In order to put this system in practical use, some problems, such as the interference between the voice and data, the limited transmission distance and the effect of a bridged tap on the telephone line, must be solved. These problems and their solutions have been discussed in this thesis.