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Definition Edit

DSL in a box is a form of ADSL in which the provider sends the customer filters and a modem that the customer installs. By having the customer install these filters, the provider avoids sending a technician to the customer’s premises, thus reducing the time and cost associated with establishing ADSL service.[1]

References Edit

  1. Deployment of Advanced Telecommunications Capability: Second Report, at 22 n.48.

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