This is a type of broadband connection, which permits a client to make calls while connecting to internet without any interruption. The more reason, the name-Integrated Services.

Differences between ISDN and ADSL

  • ISDN dials a certain number, while in ADSL, there is no number dialed.
  • ISDN provides speeds(128kbps) while ADSL in addition to that also provides 256kbps, 512kbps and so on.
  • ISDN can be accessed within a radius of 6km from the exchange/switch, while ADSL can be accessed within a radius of 4km from the server (DSLAM).
  • Example of ISDN: watu@ut2,aokot@ut2
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