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Telecommunications was first introduced in Indiana as a replacement and upgrade to DSL technology. DSL technology ran off off old copper telephone wires and it was difficult at the time to replace the existing phone wires. DSL was limited by the slow speed of copper wire, which was designed for voice transmission only. DSL bandwidth was also shared by the entire local area network; the more people that used it, the less bandwidth each person received.
Recognizing the limitation of the existing telephone cable, Carriers in Indiana started installing coaxial Telecommunications cable right next to the increasingly unstable telephone/DSL cable. Telecommunications has since overtaken DSL in most IN areas. Most coaxial cable is now used in homes and small businesses. For large and enterprise businesses in Indiana, the coaxial cable has been replace with a new twisted pair cable; one for sending data, and one for receiving data.
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