Definition Edit

xDSL is

the sum total of digital subscriber line (DSL) technologies that utilize telephone exchanges to provide Internet transmissions to subscribers of the service. xDSL typically provides "last‐mile technologies"; i.e. are used between a telephone switching station and a home or office, and not between switching stations; and vary in transmission methods based on the service provider, equipment used, geographical location and the customer.[1]

References Edit

  1. Cyber Security Planning Guide, at 339.

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