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2000\05\14@214329 by Alan Aldaba

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Hi all,

       I tried using the shot gun technology of Diamond Supra modem. I
utilized one diamond supra usb 56K modem and a rockwell 33.6 K modem.At
first,it works well... I connected at about 70K but when I started
accessing web pages, the second connection drop out. What do you think
is the problem..

Regards,

       Allan

2000\05\14@221900 by Sean Breheny

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Allan,

I don't see how this is possible, could you please tell me how this works?
What is on the other end of the connection? Are you using a normal phone
line? Do phone lines in .PH land (Phillipines?) use digital codecs? If they
do, this is probably impossible because they usually digitize using 8bit
samples at 8 thousand samples per sec, which is only 64 thousand bits per
sec, so they can't possibly support a data date of 70kbps.

Sean

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2000\05\14@224425 by Joe Dudas

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Shotgun was somethign developed by diamond that allowed dialup users with
two telephone lines to combine the two separate data streams into one,
creating a max connection speed of 56k x 2 = 112 kbps. ie, 2 phone lines + 2
modems (+ supporting ISP) = slightly faster connection to the internet.

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2000\05\15@000535 by Sean Breheny

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Ah, I see. Thanks for the explanation, Joe.

Sean

At 07:43 PM 5/14/00 -0700, you wrote:
>Shotgun was somethign developed by diamond that allowed dialup users with
>two telephone lines to combine the two separate data streams into one,
>creating a max connection speed of 56k x 2 = 112 kbps. ie, 2 phone lines + 2
>modems (+ supporting ISP) = slightly faster connection to the internet.
>

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2000\05\15@013611 by Harold Hallikainen

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On Sun, 14 May 2000 22:17:22 -0400 Sean Breheny <shb7spamKILLspamCORNELL.EDU>
writes:
> Allan,
>
> I don't see how this is possible, could you please tell me how this
> works?
> What is on the other end of the connection? Are you using a normal
> phone
> line? Do phone lines in .PH land (Phillipines?) use digital codecs?
> If they
> do, this is probably impossible because they usually digitize using
> 8bit
> samples at 8 thousand samples per sec, which is only 64 thousand
> bits per
> sec, so they can't possibly support a data date of 70kbps.
>


       If the data is compressable (full of air, not water), you can possibly
up that to 128 kbps thru compression.

Harold

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