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Synonyms for DSL

a generic name for digital lines that are provided by telephone companies to their local subscribers and that carry data at high speeds

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ASDL is defined as the association of AS with esophageal, gastric, vulvovaginal, and/or bronchial leiomyomatosis.
In the meantime BT effectively stopped any of their competitors from rolling out ASDL by refusing to allow any of them into local exchanges to install equipment.
Monthly fees will be 7,000 yen for personal computer owners who opt to use the service on their existing telephone line and 8,700 yen for those who hire an additional telecom line for receiving the ASDL service.
Frontier hopes to encourage Welsh companies to take advantage of internet connectivity - in particular, the benefits that ASDL broadband can bring to Welsh SMEs.
Tenders are invited for NCTPS MI - AHP Dismantling the existing good conditioned and unused portions of second hand cast basalt pipes in ASDL:1, 2 & 3 from discharge points (DP:7, 8 & 10) to previous discharge points (1, 2 & 3) for the erection of cast basalt pipes in the damaged stretches at different locations of ASDL:5 and devoluting the unused portions of ASDL; 1, 2 & 3 and dismantled damage pipes released from ASDL 5 to NCTPS stores and commissioning of ASDL:5 for continuous operation.
In the case of shared use of the copper pair (unbundling access to the high-frequency spectrum of the local loop for the competitive provision of DSL systems and services by third parties), the incumbent continues to offer telephony services, whereas the newcomer provides high-capacity data services via the same local loop using the newcomer's own high-output ASDL modems.
As of yesterday you can now order BT's ASDL connection 'Openworld', capable of yielding up to ten times more bandwidth to your house for pounds 40 a month.
Ooredoo will automatically upgrade and connect all current ASDL broadband customers over the coming months.
The third partner in the venture, Interactive Television, has connections with these homes via broad band ASDL lines.
The group also announced it had signed a deal with Hull-based telephone company Kingston which will allow Sky to send digital television and video on demand down Kingston's telephone lines to its 170,000 residential customers using ASDL - a technology that bolsters the capacity of copper wires.
The ASDL series of low-cost IR emitters and detectors incorporates Avago's Aluminum Gallium Arsenide on GaAs (AlGaAs/GaAs) LED technology and are available in T1, T13/4 and Side Look standard packaging and optimized to operate at wavelengths of 870 and 940nm to provide design flexibility.
It would also help them exploit the new digital mobile market and ASDL technology which allows video to be sent down telephone lines.
Three weeks ago, BT's chief executive Sir Peter Bonfield held a press conference to boast about the long-awaited launch of the group's new ASDL technology, which - at extra cost of course - will cut the inordinate length of time it takes to download from the Internet.
Recently, home surfers have seen a new saviour that could free them from their bandwidth chains, ASDL technology.