Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) is used as an alternative to ISDN for home users. There are a number of types of DSL connections, but the most important ones include the following:
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) is the most common form of DSL connection that functions over standard telephone lines. The reason it is called asymmetric is that it offers unequal download and upload throughput, with the download rate being higher than the upload rate. A standard ADSL connection usually offers a maximum of 24Mbps download . . .
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