CDSL


CDSL stands for Consumer Digital Subscriber Line, or just Consumer DSL.

What is CDSL (in computer networking)?

CDSL Stands for Consumer DSL, a broadband transmission technology based on Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) technology.

Consumer DSL (Rockwell Trademark)
Consumer DSL Modem (Rockwell)

CDSL was developed by Rockwell and is a slower technology than the more common DSL variant called Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL).



CDSL provides data rates of about 1 Mbps downstream (about 128 Kbps upstream) to the customer premises over standard Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) local loop wiring.

However, CDSL has the advantage of not requiring installation of a splitter at the customer premises. CDSL can operate only at distances of up to 18,000 feet from the telco’s central office (CO).




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