DEFINITION: Also see our Fast guide to DSL.CDSL (Consumer Digital Subscriber Line) is a version of Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) service, trademarked by Rockwell Corp., that is somewhat slower than Asymmetric DSL (ADSL) - up to 1 Mbps downstream, probably less upstream - and has the advantage that a splitter does not need to be installed at the user's end. Rockwell no longer provides information about CDSL at
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This paper explains various topics like: MPEG-4 Wins the Battle of the Bandwidth, How to Succeed in Targeted Advertising, Changing Times for Video On Demand, Modular Uplink System and Making the Change to Switched Digital Video.
This white paper, jointly developed by TeleChoice, Inc. and Turnstone, focuses on loop management in an environment where DSL and POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) run over a shared line.
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