VDSL (Very high bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line) – Description

Written By: Jeremy Maddock

VDSL is a developing broadband communications technology, which allows users to upload and download data at extremely high speeds, over a Digital Subscriber Line. Speeds can be as high as 1.5 to 2.3 Mbps for upstream (sent) data, and 13 – 52 Mbps for downstream (received) data. VDSL’s main limitation is the fact that it only works over relatively short distances (up to 4500 feet).
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Jeremy Maddock is the owner of a quickly growing telecommunications industry news website.

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