Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) is a family of technologies that are used to transmit digital data communications of various media types over copper wire. It has been more than 20 years since the first market introduction of ADSL and HDSL as broadband access technologies for business and residential applications. Recently DSL has gained a renewed life in industrial, transportation, traffic, and enterprise applications due to its robust performance, low cost equipment, and the large installed base of copper wire.
The road and highway network runs on a wide range of bandwidths, data extensions, and highway management resources. The classic traffic network includes street traffic controllers where lights are switched from red to yellow to green. The intelligent network has been expanded to include not just traffic lights, but also common message signs, CCTV, ramp meters, all types of counters, bicycle detection devices, advanced data communications devices, and a host of other devices.
Extreme Copper’s Ethernet-over-Copper technology enables quick siting of outdoor WiFi Access Points, Small Cellular Base Stations, and Distributed Antenna Systems in city, county, state, and private infrastructure. Our technology is designed specifically for urban areas where overlays are required to solve coverage and capacity problems which typically occur due to high-rise buildings impeding macro base station signals and the ever increasing usage of wireless devices within densely populated areas.