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August 24, 2016updated 20 Jan 2017 2:47pm

What is DAL?

Find out about this type of data transmission.

By Vinod

DAL means a dedicated access line, usually supported by the local telephone company.

A DAL is used for a specific, individual application. In this sense, it differs from broader telephone network or internet services, which are examples of a shared resource.

DAL is a form of telecommunications, meaning that it is a type of data transmission.

DAL ensures that a constant bandwidth or available information capacity is provided.

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