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Bonding

A background check on a potential employee, followed by the procurement of insurance against any theft from the company that the employee may commit. Some financial service or other companies whose employees handle large amounts of cash conduct this process. The United States Department of Labor runs the Federal Bonding Program, which issues bonds insuring or guaranteeing the insurance of ex-offenders whose employment adds significant risk of theft or fraud.
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This is achieved by proposing a novel spectrum allocation strategy with channel bonding mechanism for PU packets and channel reservation mechanism for SU packets.
HtBw: To analyze the effect of channel bonding on the throughput, this parameter is set to 20MHz or 40 MHz.
Channel bonding is a technique for aggregating multiple downstream channels into a cumulative flow, in efforts to support higher access speeds by wideband cable modems.
This breakthrough allows service providers who are deploying channel bonded Calix AXOS NG-PON2 solutions the ultimate flexibility in addressing, on a single fiber with adjustable capacity, the emerging bandwidth requirements of a variety of demanding service types, including: 5G mobile backhaul; High-end business services; High-density residential services, including in MDU environments; Transport and middle mile; One of the key attributes of NG-PON2 for carriers is the ability to consolidate business and residential services onto one NG-PON2 network, and we expect NG-PON2 channel bonding technology could help with this convergence, especially as bandwidth needs increase, said Vincent OByrne, director of access technology at Verizon.
Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi Cable Modem Router (C7000) with 24x8 channel bonding is the fastest cable modem router in the market today, with an MSRP in the U.
Table 5 shows the total throughput of the channel bonding when our algorithm is implemented using two 10 G Ethernet NICs.
0 reportedly enables faster speeds through technology advances such as channel bonding.
0 ARRIS C4 CMTS with downstream channel bonding and Touchstone data modems, all of which are commercially available today.
0 cable modem capable of 8x4 channel bonding and 24 UGS SIDs.
The product incorporates the TI Puma V, Microtune 2170 wideband tuner and Maxlinear 242 narrowband tuners to achieve 8x4 channel bonding.
0 downstream channel bonding, which enables download speeds up to 120 Mb/s.
If you follow the high-tech press and prognostications, you encounter buzzwords like ATM, ADSL, channel bonding, DSL "lite", HDSL, ISDN, xDSL, and more.