An analog system is considered to be the traditional telephone system, and it works by converting sounds or video signals into electrical vibrations so they can be transmitted or reproduced.
Analogue Telephone Adapter (ATA)
This allows you to use your existing, traditional handset even though you have a VoIP connection by converting your VoIP signal into a standard telephone signal.
Usually a 3 digit number, found in front of a telephone number which provides Goegraphic representation or segregation of the line or user.
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
A high-speed broadband Internet connection utilizing copper wire to transmit data over the phone lines between ADSL modems / routers. It has a faster download speed than upload speed, which makes it different from DSL connections.
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