DSL Access Nationwide
- Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) is a broadband high-speed Internet technology that brings high-bandwidth information to home and offices over ordinary copper telephone lines. It assumes that digital data does not require changing into analog form and back to digital form. Digital data is transmitted directly to the computer, as is, exploiting the maximum bandwidth and the wide range of unused frequencies available in the existing copper wire of telephone networks for high-speed broadband communication. Moreover, the signal can also be separated, if one chooses, so that some of the bandwidth is used to transmit an analog signal for simultaneously using the telephone line for voice.