Why is it considered to be problematic to send digital data over the PSTN and how are these problems overcome?
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PSTN (public switched telephone network) was originally designed for voice/analog – and not digital – transmission, which is not necessarily problematic. It's just outdated technology for the latest multimedia applications.
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