Due to the increase in multimedia and communications applications many people are opting to obtain a high speed broadband Internet connection.  One of the ways to achieve this type of connection is through cable, and although it is a very … Continue reading

Choosing the ISP (Internet Service Provider) plan that is right for you can be confusing if you are unsure about what each plan offers and the types of Internet connections that are available in your local area.  Here is some … Continue reading

A T1 connection is used for transmitting data or voice over a high speed line that is faster than a DSL (Digital Subscriber Line).  Many companies and organizations opt to use a T1 connection due to its reliability, speed, and … Continue reading

Fiber optic cable technology provides a faster way to transmit data over a single fiber optic line through the use of light pulses instead of electricity currents. As a result the concept has enabled business and organizations to send data … Continue reading

If you are confused about the difference between DS3 and T3 bandwidth the terms are basically identical to one another.  DS3 which stands for Digital Signal 3 is simply another term that is used for a T3 type connection.  DS3 … Continue reading

There are different types of Internet connections available that also offer different connection speeds.  Sometimes it can be confusing to determine which connection is better than another.  If you do not live in a rural area, your options for Internet … Continue reading

Updated: October 20, 2014 Obtaining and connecting to wireless Internet can be confusing since there are so many different types of connectivity options and applications available. Keeping up with the latest options and trends will help you to choose the … Continue reading

Whether you are a business or residential Internet surfer, a wireless Internet connection or Wi-Fi can significantly improve your computing experience with lightning fast broadband speed as well as improved mobility. With our rapidly growing technology oriented society of personal … Continue reading

A cable modem is a device with two connections that assists with connecting your PC to your cable television line for the purpose of gaining broadband Internet access. It does not involve the use of a telephone line and works … Continue reading

Cable Internet is delivered to your residence via your cable television line. It provides a high speed Internet connection and is frequently known as an Internet service that is “always on” because as long as your computer is on, you … Continue reading

How DSL and ADSL Works

by Aeyne Schriber on January 1, 2009 in DSL

DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) and ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) are high speed broadband Internet connections that you can receive over your current telephone line. Whether you choose DSL or ADSL for your broadband Internet connection, it is not necessary … Continue reading

There are a variety of possibilities these days when it comes to connecting to the Internet. Many of the options which have become available are replacing the now antiquated form known as the dial-up connection. If you have ever used … Continue reading

If you are frustrated with slow loading Web pages and consistently getting disconnected from the Internet at a moments notice, you may want to consider dumping your dial-up access and getting a broadband Internet connection. Broadband Internet connects your computer … Continue reading

An Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) is one of the many options that are available for achieving a high speed connection to the Internet. Although there are always pros and cons with everything, let’s consider the main benefits that come … Continue reading

Updated: July 8, 2014 If a DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) or cable Internet connection is not an option in your area, you can always opt to install a satellite broadband Internet connection, as long as you have a clear view … Continue reading

Broadband Internet is rapidly taking the lead as the most popular type of Internet access due to its speed and is offered in the form of cable, DSL (Digital Subscriber Line), and satellite. Although dial-up service is cheaper, more than … Continue reading

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