Difference Between Lease line vs ISDN in Tabular Form
ISDN : A ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network ) is permanent telephone connection between two points set up by a telecommunications common carrier.Broadband ISDN can support data rates of 1.5 million bits per second (bps), but it has not been widely implemented.
Leased lines : Its is use by businesses to connect geographically distant offices. a leased line is always active. A standard for transmitting voice, video and data at the same time over fiber optic telephone lines.
|S No.||Lease line||ISDN|
|1||It is Analog Signal.||It is Digital Signal.|
|2||It is Cheaper.||It is costly.|
|3||It is slow.||It is fast.|
|4||Speed by default 64 kbps.||Speed by default 128 – 144 kbps.|
|5||Work on IP address.||Work on Phone number.|