RDT Remote data transmission

RDT stands for “remote data transmission” and refers to the transmission of data over a remote connection. It enables the exchange of information between computers or other electronic devices over a communications link, such as the Internet, telephone lines, or cellular networks.
Dial-up technology has played a significant role in networking computers and communicating over long distances in recent decades. With dial-up, users can transfer files, send and receive email, access remote computers, use online services, and more.
Dial-up is used in a variety of settings, including home users, businesses, government agencies, and educational institutions. It has significantly changed the way we communicate, share information and access resources. As technology has continued to evolve, dial-up connections have become faster and more reliable, leading to the increasing integration of remote data transmission into our everyday lives.