Definitions for "POTS Splitter"
A device that separates an xDSL communications stream into its POTS and data components, offering a standard POTS connection such as an RJ-11 jack in the U.S., and an Ethernet or ATM connection, such as an RJ-45 jack. See also Low-Pass Filter, High-Pass Filter, Splitterless.
A Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) splitter, also known as a low-pass/high-pass filter, separates the voice and data portions of the DSL line. Current DSL technology requires two POTS splitters: one in our central office and one in the customer's premises.
a low pass filter that separates analog voice from DSL frequencies