POTS splitter

(redirected from ADSL splitter)

POTS splitter

A device that uses low-pass and high-pass filters to direct analog voice and DSL signals to different lines. See DSL.
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The Broadwire 240 ADSL Splitter from ADC Telecommunications is a high-density splitter platform that splits voice and data frequency bands so users can receive voice and high-speed data services simultaneously over a twisted pair of copper wires.