Digital Subscriber Line," and it's a type of high-speed internet connection that utilizes existing telephone lines to transmit digital data. DSL technology allows for faster internet speeds compared to traditional dial-up connections. It works by dividing the telephone line's frequency spectrum into separate channels, enabling voice communication and data transmission to occur simultaneously. DSL connections are often categorized into different types such as ADSL (Asymmetric DSL) and VDSL (Very High Bitrate DSL), each offering varying upload and download speeds. Despite the rise of newer technologies like cable and fiber optics, DSL remains a widespread and cost-effective option for delivering broadband internet access to homes and businesses in areas where other high-speed options might be limited.
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