This is a Question Based on Standards of UTP Cables & ADSL.
Category 1 (Cat1) standard cable in UTP cables are used for Audio Communication, esp used in Telephone lines and ISDN. The cable supports a speed of upto 1Mbps.
The Data is clear for me. I have a doubt about ADSL (Assynchronous Digital Subscriber Line).
In ADSL, Internet connection is established through Telephone-line. A Cat1 cable is connected from splitter to the ADSL modem (which have a bandwidth of about 1Mbps as said abv). But ADSL can provide a data rate of more than 2Mbps to the user who is using Internet(ADSL2+ has a speed of about 24Mbps).
How is it possible that more than 2Mbps data pass through at Cat1 cable to an ADSL modem?
How does this tech works?