Need 100-150 words per question #1. Identify the functions of a CSU/DSU. How are they used in a corporate environ

Need 100-150 words per question
#1. Identify the functions of a CSU/DSU. How are they used in a corporate environment?

#2. ISDNs are sometimes used in locations that do not support DSL or cable modem connections. Your choices may be analog modems or an ISDN connection
in those remote locations. Describe three benefits ISDNs have over regular dial-up modem
connections.
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A CSU DSU stands for Channel Service Unit and Device Service Unit. It is a digital type device that is used to connect a router to some kind of digital circuit.

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The CSU, or channel service unit, links the terminal to a digital line. The DSU, or dataservice unit, offers mistake checking as well as other capabilities throughout atelecommunications line.The aim of these hardware tools is to let communication from a WAN, to a LAN, or to aparticular user. The CSU gets and sends the information which is coming to and fromthe WAN line. Additionally, it works like a hurdle; hence, significantly decreaseselectrical disturbance from both sides of the unit. The DSU, nevertheless, deals withtiming mistakes and signal regeneration. Additionally, the DSU offers an interfacebetween the computer system like DTE and the CSU.Both these devices work hand in hand with another. The CSU essentially gets theinformation, transmits it to the DSU for checking, after that transmits it to the destinationwhich it's designed to go.

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