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G.992.1 - See G.dmt.

G.dmt - A kind of asymmetric DSL technology, based on DMT modulation, that offers up to 8 megabits per second downstream bandwidth, 1.544 Megabits per second upstream bandwidth. "G.dmt" is actually a nickname for the standard officially known as ITU-T Recommendation G.992.1. (See International Telecommunications Union.)

G.lite [pronounced "G-dot-light"] - A kind of asymmetric DSL technology, based on DMT modulation, that offers up to 1.5 megabits per second downstream bandwidth, 384 Kilobits per second upstream, does not usually require a splitter and is easier to install than other types of DSL. "G.lite" is a nickname for the standard officially known as G.992.2. (See International Telecommunications Union.)

G992.2 - See G.lite.

GSTN - See general switched telephone network.

GUI - See graphical user interface.