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i think it should be easy

what is Maximum Concentration? in internet connection speed

if anyone can tell me or give me some link ?

Thanks in advance

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by:sunray_2003
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Dear lokeshv,

What do you mean by concentration ?

It depends on what connection you have. Dial-up or DSL or Cable

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by:chicagoan
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Maximum Concentration:
A homework concept that ought to be ferreted out somewhere else?
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by:lokeshv
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if a provider say he will provide

Provides 64 Kbps / 128 Kbps connectivity to the Internet via one E1 link ( maximum concentration of 8 : 1 ).

it means ?

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by:sunray_2003
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It is the upload speed

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by:lokeshv
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wat 8:1 means ?

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by:sunray_2003
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The ratio of phone lines to customers

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by:lokeshv
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hmm sorry still nto clear

wat does it means when its a cable access ?
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by:chicagoan
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200 proof is the maximum theoretical concentration, although in practice one can only obtain 190 proof products.

8:1 is the optimum ratio of gin to vermouth

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by:sunray_2003
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>> Provides 64 Kbps / 128 Kbps connectivity to the Internet via one E1 link ( maximum concentration of 8 : 1 ).
 
I guess you got this from bsnl website ( am i right) .. BSNL is telephone provider so that is why I gave that explanation

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by:lokeshv
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yup u r right i got it from bsnl website

but there is another cable connection provider who also tlaking abt maximum concentration

so i think it shld realted to access speed someway..

is it ?

thanks,
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sunray_2003 earned 200 total points
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Check this link (scroll down)

http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~hgs/internet/ISP.html

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