What Is ADSL Internet?
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) internet is a popular type of broadband that uses copper wires of phone lines. It’s most commonly used for small businesses and household internet.
ADSL is a cost-effective way for businesses to access the internet, and it’s a powerful tool for small businesses and startups that don’t yet need the higher speeds of cable or fiber.
How Does ADSL Internet Work?
To set up an ADSL connection, you need to connect an existing phone system to the BT line using copper wires. A DSL splitter or filter isolates frequency bands, which allows your organization to make phone calls and use the internet from a single line.
ADSL performance is affected by the distance from your PBX — the closer the premises are to the exchange, the stronger the signal and the better the performance. Those close to the PBX will see speeds up to 24 Mbps, while those towards the edge will see significantly slower rates.
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