Which digital network type uses plain-old telephone lines and was the precursor to DSL?
A) Cable modem
E) Tin-cans and twine
The answer: C) ISDN
Basic rate Integrated Services Digital Network provides a maximum throughput of 128 kilobits per second, and works quite nicely with existing telephone wiring.
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