UDSL

AcronymDefinition
UDSLUnidirectional Digital Subscriber Line
UDSLUniversal Digital Subscriber Loop
UDSLUniversal Digital Subscriber Line
UDSLUniversity of Dayton School of Law (Dayton, OH)
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Chart 2 Default Rates in Selected Loan Programs in Selected Countries Mauritius -EWF 3 USA - DL ICL 5 Hong Kong -LSFS 5 Malaysia 5 Hong Kong -NLS 5 Philippines 6 India -SBI 7 Japan -category 2 7 South Korea -MOE 7 Colombia - ICETEX 8 China 8 Japan -category 1 8 USA - UDSL 9 Vietnam 10 Russia - Sberbank 10 Norw ay 10 Ethiopia 11 USA - SDSL 11 Ghana 14 South Africa 15 Mexico - SOFES 15 Kenya 17 Thailand 19 Jamaica 19 Canada 20 Indonesia 22 Source: Based on Shen and Ziderman (2009)
As such, we have started by providing the Society with UDSL Internet services so that their members and visitors can benefit from this popular service," he added.
Based on a scaled-down and enhanced version of ADSL that requires less bandwidth, UDSL can be activated from a central office without sending a technician to install a splitter.
By empowering technicians to use a single device for testing networks and broadband services that employ either ADSLx or VDSLx connections, as well as the different "flavors" of each technology, the SunLite UDSL reduces the need to equip technicians with multiple testers, cutting CapEx while boosting workflow productivity.
Given its ease of use, attractive price point and small form, the SunLite UDSL solution is poised to become a key tool that field personnel and system engineers will rely on for test and measurement of their DSL networks," said Olga Yashkova, industry analyst for Frost & Sullivan.
The SunLite UDSL features one-button test capabilities for key modem status measurements and quick deployment for any flavor of DSL.
The ADSL and UDSL technology integrated in XpressLink has been jointly developed by Siemens and Texas Instruments and uses TI DSP chipsets and provides ADSL data services simultaneously with POTS or ISDN telephony.
Access to the customer is provided via ADSL, UDSL (universal digital subscriber line) and VDSL (very high bit rate digital subscriber line) over existing copper infrastructure.
It will support up to eight subscriber lines and can be provisioned to be either splitterless UDSL (universal) or full-speed ADSL with the same equipment.
UDSL is an evolving standard widely supported by the computer industry and officially championed by the Universal ADSL Working Group (UAWG).