ADSL stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line, which means non-symmetric digital subscriber line.
ADSL is a technology that enables high-speed digital data transmission using high-voltage lines.
ADSL is mainly used for Internet access, and allows simultaneous voice calls and data communications over telephone lines.
ADSL transmits data in an asymmetric, not symmetrical form, which means that download and upload speeds are different.
In general, ADSL operates at an asymmetric speed where the download speed is much faster than the upload speed.
ADSL is primarily used for Internet access at home or in small offices, and speed and quality can vary depending on the type and distance of the phone line.
ADSL is used with modems and lines provided by Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
This allows users to set up a high-speed Internet connection using high-power lines.
ADSL is being replaced by other technologies, such as Very-high-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line (VDSL), a technology that provides higher-speed Internet connections, but is still used in many homes and offices.
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