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A Remote DSLAM is simply a DSALM that is placed in a Remote Terminal instead of a CO (Central Office). It enables customers that are not within 18K feet of a CO to qualify for copper based DSL. Usually the Remote Terminal is fed by fiber and then copper is used from there to the residence.

Siemens High Density Remote

Remote DSLAM White Paper

Remote DSLAMs are usually placed within Remote Terminals that resemble outdoor cabinets as shown below.

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last modified: 2006-12-21 23:50:12