|ADSL Systems - An Overview||Praveen Reguraman (UNH-IOL)||
An overview of ADSL systems that includes network architecture, protocol architecture, typical ADSL implementations, RFC1483 bridging, PPP over ATM over ADSL, and PPP over Ethernet over ADSL.
|June 26, 2012||Tutorials|
|A G.hs Handshaking Protocol Analyzer For ADSL||Matthew Langlois||
A protocol analyzer is a device that non-intrusively monitors bi-directional communications on a link, demodulates the physical layer signals, and captures the raw binary data for subsequent state and timing analysis. There are no commercial products currently available that perform this function for ADSL link initialization procedures. In this project, a MATLAB application was developed that enables capture (via a digital sampling oscilloscope) and protocol analysis of the first segment, known as handshaking, of the ADSL link initialization procedure. The protocols of interest are ITU-T G.994.1 (G.hs), which defines the activation and handshaking procedures used by complaint ADSL equipment, and ITU-T G.992.1 (G.dmt), which defines the physical layer requirements of ADSL equipment utilizing the Discrete Multi-Tone (DMT) line code.
|December 14, 2001||Theses|