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What is the difference between ADSL and VDSL?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: May 20, 2020

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G. Tanaka

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G. Tanaka, Dentist, MDS, Liverpool

Answered Mar 26, 2020

DSL is actually a term that is used for both ADSL and VDSL. ADSL is known to be asymmetric digital subscriber line, and VDSL is known to be Very-High-Bit-Rate Digital Subscriber Line. ADSL is known to be the older type of component, while the VDSL is known to be the one that will come with some fiber components so that the output will be higher and better.

Between the two, it is evident that VDSL can be considered to be the one that is more high-tech and will provide better services. Take note that both ADSL and VDSL are cables that are meant to be installed right at your own home.

 

G. Tanaka

Who deals with teeth problems and fix them

G. Tanaka, Dentist, MDS, Liverpool

Answered Mar 26, 2020

DSL is actually a term that is used for both ADSL and VDSL. ADSL is known to be asymmetric digital subscriber line, and VDSL is known to be Very-High-Bit-Rate Digital Subscriber Line. ADSL is known to be the older type of component, while the VDSL is known to be the one that will come with some fiber components so that the output will be higher and better.

Between the two, it is evident that VDSL can be considered to be the one that is more high-tech and will provide better services. Take note that both ADSL and VDSL are cables that are meant to be installed right at your own home.

 

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