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Kenneth D Ko, David O Anderton, Ismail I Eldumiati, Steven A Gronemeyer, Don L Harmer, P Michael Henderson, Joel D Peshkin, Raphael Rahamim, Frederic M Stubbe, John S Walley, Kenneth S Walley, Yongbing Wan, Edward S Zuranski, Jamal Haque, Anthony A Tzouris, Shrenik P Patravali, Ganning Yang: Constant envelope modulation for splitterless DSL transmission. Conexant Systems, Foley & Lardner, April 3, 2001: US06212227 (88 worldwide citation)

A digital subscriber line (DSL) communication system that utilizes the high frequency band of a standard telephone line does not require the use of a plain old telephone service (POTS) splitter in the resident's home, which provided isolation between the POTS frequency band (0 to 4 kHz) and the ...


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Kenneth D Ko, David O Anderton, Ismail I Eldumiati, Steven A Gronemeyer, Don L Harmer, P Michael Henderson, Joel D Peshkin, Raphael Rahamim, Frederic M Stubbe, John S Walley, Kenneth S Walley, Yongbing Wan, Edward S Zuranski, Jamal Haque, Anthony A Tzouris, Shrenik P Patravali, Ganning Yang: Modulation switching for DSL signal transmission. Conexant Systems, Foley & Lardner, November 21, 2000: US06151335 (25 worldwide citation)

A digital subscriber line (DSL) communication system that utilizes the high frequency band of a standard telephone line does not require the use of a plain old telephone service (POTS) splitter in the resident's home, which provided isolation between the POTS frequency band (0 to 4 kHz) and the DSL ...


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Kenneth D Ko, David O Anderton, Ismail I Eldumiati, Steven A Gronemeyer, Don L Harmer, P Michael Henderson, Joel D Peshkin, Raphael Rahamim, Frederic M Stubbe, John S Walley, Kenneth S Walley, Yongbing Wan, Edward S Zuranski, Jamal Haque, Anthony A Tzouris, Shrenik P Patravali, Ganning Yang: Modulation switching for DSL signal transmission. Conexant Systems, Hogan & Hartson, February 6, 2007: US07173944 (1 worldwide citation)

A digital subscriber line (DSL) communication system that utilizes the high frequency band of a standard telephone line does not require the use of a plain old telephone service (POTS) splitter in the resident's home, which provided isolation between the POTS frequency band (0 to 4 kHz) and the DSL ...