subscriber line


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subscriber line

[səb′skrīb·ər ‚līn]
(electricity)
A telephone line between a central office and a telephone station, private branch exchange, or other end equipment. Also known as central office line; subscriber loop.

subscriber line

The line from the customer site to the local telephone company. See subscriber network.
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The Scalance M812-1 and Scalance M816-1 enable users to access automation networks and components remotely from anywhere in the world over the public digital subscriber lines (DSL) of different providers.
[7] ITU-T G.993.2: Very high speed digital subscriber line transceivers 2 (VDSL2), ITU-T recommendation.
The average result of monthly surveys in 2002 showed 36.2% of Internet users dialed up to access the Internet, followed by 26.2% who used ISDN and 18.5% who did so through digital subscriber lines, the ministry said.
ADSL: Asymmetric digital subscriber line. Always on faster in one direction.
RHK's February 2001 report Access Network Systems Digital Subscriber Line: North American xDSL Market Forecast is part of RHK's Access Network Systems service.
Meanwhile, pan-European communications firm Atlantic has launched ADSL (asymmetric digital subscriber line) services to more than half a million UK small and medium-sized businesses.
(Nasdaq: CNXT) has introduced the industry's first octal (8-port) asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) chipset to integrate each port's analog front end (AFE) and line driver (LD) into a single device.
If broadband has hit your neighborhood, you can talk and surf simultaneously with a DSL (digital subscriber line) or a cable modem.
Intel Corp has introduced a new router to comply with the new American National Standards Institute (ANSI) High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL2) standard.
Digital subscriber line (DSL) technology and its multiple variants (xDSL) burst onto the telecommunications scene some four or five years ago.
And now so is digital subscriber line modem technology, at least in some parts of the state.
Voice and data solution provider Spitfire has launched an SDSL (Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line) service for customers in the Greater London and South East region, UK.

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