Table of Contents
- 1 What provides high-speed Internet?
- 2 Which allows access to high-speed Internet services through the cable television network?
- 3 How do I know what my Internet connection type is?
- 4 Does Wi-Fi use radio waves?
- 5 How does a high speed internet connection work?
- 6 How does DSL work and how does dial up work?
What provides high-speed Internet?
Broadband provides high speed internet access via multiple types of technologies including fiber optics, wireless, cable, DSL and satellite.
Is a technology that provides high-speed Internet connections using regular telephone lines?
DSL is a wireline transmission technology that transmits data faster over traditional copper telephone lines already installed to homes and businesses. DSL-based broadband provides transmission speeds ranging from several hundred Kbps to millions of bits per second (Mbps).
Which allows access to high-speed Internet services through the cable television network?
Coaxial Cable: Allows access to high-speed Internet services through the cable television network.
What radio signals provide high speed connections?
Short for wireless fidelity. Type of broadband Internet connection that uses radio signals to provide high-speed Internet connections to compatible or properly equipped wireless computers and devices.
How do I know what my Internet connection type is?
Click Windows Start > Control Panel. Click the Network and Internet Connections icon. Click the Network Connections icon. Right-click the icon that represents your network connection and select Properties.
Is a program that extends the capability of a browser?
Plug-ins are the programs that extend the capabilities or functions of a browser. Extensions are the built-in functionalities that can extend and modify the capabilities of the browser.
Does Wi-Fi use radio waves?
WiFi works off of the same principal as other wireless devices – it uses radio frequencies to send signals between devices. And to receive the information found in these waves, your radio receiver needs to be set to receive waves of a certain frequency. For WiFi this frequency happens to be 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz.
Which of the following high-speed Internet connections use an antenna?
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|High-speed Internet connection that uses an antenna on a house or business to communicate with a tower location via radio signals.
|Internet service provider that provides Internet access in cities and towns nationwide.
How does a high speed internet connection work?
Which of the following high-speed Internet connections use an antenna on a house or business to communicate with a tower location via radio signals? What is the term for a combination of user name and domain name that identifies a user so he or she can receive Internet email?
Which is faster IPBB or DSL internet service?
IPBB provides users with faster download speeds compared to traditional DSL connections. All speed tiers are asymmetrical, or the download and upload speeds are different. AT delivers internet service to your home through copper or fiber wiring, depending on the service you purchased.
How does DSL work and how does dial up work?
Both DSL and old-school dial-up internet use phone lines to connect you to the internet; but dial-up works on a frequency that prevents you from being able to be on the (landline) phone and the internet simultaneously. Plus, every time you use the internet with dial-up, you need to re-connect.
Which is better satellite Internet or DSL Internet?
In some areas, you may get speeds as fast as DSL; but in terms of reliably getting fast speeds – and being more affordable -, DSL wins out. Plus, with satellite internet, latency is a far bigger concern – i.e. the time it takes between clicking on something online and the item responding.