Dense wavelength division multiplexing

Dense wavelength division multiplexing


Dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) is a technology to multiplex/combine many discrete channels into a signal and transmits one or more such signals on single optical fiber. Hence one Fiber works as multiple virtual fibers. The capacity of DWDM is many times as compared to SDH system.

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Belkin Wi-Fi router setup guide

Belkin router setup guide


Belkin router setup is easier than any other company device. The default Belkin router login IP is 192.168.2.1. Before any setting, you must make sure that Wi-Fi router is connected to Laptop or PC and IP address of your PC or Laptop selected as Obtain IP address automatically.

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iBall Baton 150m router configuration

iBall ADSL modem setup



Iball baton router IP address for login is 192.168.1.1. IBall Baton 150M modem configuration is very easy & simple. You just need to follow the procedure dictated here. Before any setting, you must make sure that iBall Wi-Fi Modem is connected to Laptop or PC and IP address of your PC or Laptop selected as Obtain IP address automatically.

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Overview of DSL broadband technology

Digital Subscriber Line Broadband


                Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Broadband Technology is used to access the wired internet services. DSL internet uses the existing or old copper wire telephone line to provide Broadband connection. It is mainly divided into two categories.  

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Basics of Wi-Fi Technology

What is the Wi-Fi Technology


Wireless Fidelity is not a full form of Wi-Fi. It is a common misconception we do. It is registered trademark by the Wi-Fi Alliance. Wi-Fi technology also refers to any type of 802.11 (802.11a or 802.11b) IEEE standards networks. It is used to provide the Wireless Internet access to Mobile, PC, Laptop, Tab, etc. Generally at Home we use Wireless Router to connect the devices. It is attached to a DSL cable or Ethernet or internet cable for Backhaul connectivity. An antenna is mounted on it to transmit and receive signals.

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