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A quick question, what is Rate Adaptive Digital Subscriber Line (RADSL) and
what is the diference between this and normal ADSL.
Can RADSL be used on normal ASDL equipment / hardware.
Iain A F Fleming wrote:
The entity currently known as Mick wrote:
A quick question, what is Rate Adaptive Digital Subscriber Line
(RADSL) and what is the diference between this and normal ADSL.
"Normal" consumer ADSL, as supplied by BT wholesals, *is* rADSL.
More precisely, any 512k service is RADSL...........
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