Digital Subscriber Line Access Module

Digital Subscriber Line Access Module

(networking, hardware)
(DSLAM, or Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer) The generic term for the Central Office (CO) equipment where xDSL lines are terminated. The multiple DSL signals may be multiplexed onto a wideband channel such as ATM.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Used in central office digital subscriber line access module (DSLAM) and digital loop carrier (DLC) systems, each Geminax ADSL Transceiver chipset supports eight standards compliant ADSL ports and is fully programmable to meet both ADSL and legacy analog telephony specifications.
Glossary: ADSL Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line CLEC Competitive Local Exchange Carriers DLC Data Link Control DSLAM Digital Subscriber Line Access Module ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute FSAN Full Service Access Network IAD Integrated Access Devices HDSL High-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line ILEC Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier ISP Internet Service Provider ITU International Telecommunications Union SDSL Symmetrical Digital Subscriber Line SHDSL Symmetrical High-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line
110 specifications offer a complete, highly reliable and standardized backplane architecture for telecommunication systems and they are gaining wide acceptance in new Router, Remote Access, Voice over DSL (VoDSL), Digital Subscriber Line Access Module (DSLAM) and VoIP systems.

Full browser ?