Splitter less ADSL was another standard proposed by ITU to ease installation of ADSL services at client premises, by removing the need to install splitters at client end. Use of a modular low pass filter in series with the telephone is required to prevent interference from Plain Old Telephone service (POTS). ADSL users need to be with 18000 feet of the telephone to avoid experiencing a degradation of service. ADSL service quality also depends on the quality of the local loop (Jones, 2006).
HDSL 1 is a symmetric transmission DSL technology, providing same bit rates for upstream and downstream communication. HDSL allows data transfer rates of up to 384 Kbps over a single twisted pair copper cable. Usually more than one twisted pair copper cables are used to achieve higher transmission rates up to 2.048 Mbps.
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