DSL

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DSL

 (dē′ĕs′ĕl′)
n.
Any of various technologies used to create high-bandwidth network connections over standard telephone lines, often in providing internet service to homes.

[d(igital) s(ubscriber) l(ine).]

DSL

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) digital subscriber line

DSL

Digital Subscriber Line: a technology that allows high-speed transmission of data, audio, and video, usu. over standard telephone lines; a form of broadband transmission.
[1995–2000]
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Noun1.DSL - a generic name for digital lines that are provided by telephone companies to their local subscribers and that carry data at high speeds
Translations

DSL

(Comput, Internet) abbr of digital subscriber lineDSL nt; DSL connection/operator/serviceDSL-Anschluss m/-Betreiber m/-Service m
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Rohrs, "Impulse response shortening for discrete multitone transceivers," IEEE Trans.
The AccessRunner chipset is a complete solution including the data pump, Analog Front End (AFE) and ATM Transmission Convergence (TC), and combines the flexibility of a programmable solution with the low power, low cost and high performance of a customized ASIC Discrete Multitone Transceiver (DMT).
The unit follows the Discrete Multitone industry standard to support this high-speed capability.
Some products use aline modulation technique known as discrete multitone, while others use carrierless amplitude modulation.

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