February 2011

4G wireless Internet follows the previous three generations of mobile telephony which include 1G, 2G, and 3G.  4G stands for Fourth Generation wireless Internet standard which involves LTE, WiMAX, and UMB technologies that provide faster downlink speeds and packet-switched delivery … Continue reading

How to Use a DSL Filter

by Aeyne Schriber on February 23, 2011 in DSL

DSL filters are a component that is used for a Digital Subscriber Line which is a high speed Internet connection that is delivered through standard telephone lines.  The telephone lines are used in conjunction with a DSL modem to establish … Continue reading

Updated: 22 December, 2014 Obtaining a wireless connection on your laptop is fairly easy to do, regardless if your laptop is already equipped with wireless capability or you have an older device that only has Ethernet connectivity. Wireless Internet is … Continue reading

If you have a fiber optic cable Internet connection there are a number of issues that could cause Internet connectivity to be intermittent or terminate altogether.  When it comes to fiber optic cables one of the primary problems can be … Continue reading

Updated: July 9, 2014 Wi-Fi hotspots are a popular way to access broadband Internet from almost any device equipped with wireless capability, including smartphones, laptops, hybrid devices, and tablet PCs. Wi-Fi hotspots are growing in popularity as more portable devices … Continue reading

3G wireless Internet serves cellular phone technology and the mobile environment. There are previous forms of 3G wireless which began in the 1980s when the use of cell phone was not as common as it is today.  The early form … Continue reading