Digital Subscriber Line Access Module

<networking, hardware> (DSLAM, or Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer) The generic term for the Central Office (CO) equipment where xDSL lines are terminated. The multiple DSL signals may be multiplexed onto a wideband channel such as ATM.

Last updated: 2000-04-05

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Nearby terms: Digital Simultaneous Voice and Data « DIGITAL Standard MUMPS « Digital Subscriber Line « Digital Subscriber Line Access Module » Digital Subscriber Loop » Digital Switched Network » Digital to Analog Converter


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