Remote Digital Terminal
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In telecommunications, a Remote Digital Terminal (RDT) typically accepts E1, T1 or OC-3 digital lines to communicate with a telephone Access network (AN) or telephone exchange (LDS) on one side, and forms a Local Exchange (LE) on the other, which is connected to Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) lines.
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