Tuesday 2 December 1997 | 00:00 CET | News
LM Ericsson (Sweden), telecoms equipment firm, has launched the Home Internet Solution which transmits data via copper wire at 115.2 kbits/sec using the 2B1Q coding technique. This offers transmission at twice the speed of most modems. The system will be priced for home users. Ericsson expects the system to be attractive to both consumers and telecoms firms as the data is split from the telephone wire the telecoms firm's local exchange switch and does not tie up PSTN lines. This means that the data does not need to be charged at phone call rates. The system has been technically tested with

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