How do you access your Intenet services?

utc adsl modem on operation - This is a typical ADSL modem connectet to an an ethernet. Fixed telephone wire jack rj11 is connected into the rj11 jack of the ADSL modem. an ethernet cable is also connected into RJ45 jack. A Filte/splitter is needed to sepatare the two signal bands freqwuencies
Kenya
April 23, 2007 3:01pm CST
Well I have a unique connection to the internet in my house. I use ADSL technology. Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL). This is a form of DSL, data communication that enables faster data transmission over copper telephone line " I have a fixed line in my house" than a conventional voiceband modem can provide. It does this by utilizing frequencies that are normally not used by a voice telephone call, in particular, frequencies higher than normal human rearing. This siganl will DOES not travel far, i,e less than 5km. Once the signal reaches the telephone company's local office, the ADSL signal is stripped odd and immediately routed onyo conventional phone network " land line" This allows a single telephone connection to be used for both ADSL services and voice calls at the same time. The distiquishing xctics od ADSL oover other forms od DSL is that the voulume of data flow is greater in one direction than the other i.e assymetric. Proiders usually market ADSL as a service for consumers to connect to the INTERNET in a realtively passive mode i.e able to to use the higher speed direction for the "downlaod" from the internetyt but not needing to run servers that would require high speed in other direction. HOW IT WORKS:ON copper Wire ADSL usees 2 separate frequency band, i.e upstream and downstream bands. The upstream is used for communication from the end user to the telephone central office. The downsrtream band is used for communicating from the cental office to the end user. ie band ranges from 25.875 khz - 138khz for upstream and 138khz-1104khz for downstram communication.
3 responses
@learn25 (114)
• Philippines
13 Apr 08
I'm access the Internet using ADSL technology. Asymetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) is getting more and more popular in my country.
@sweetie88 (4559)
• Pakistan
24 Apr 07
I too use DSL connection. I think that its better to use bcuz in this way, our phone line does n't get busy & if anyone wants to contact with us, he/she may do it easily. Phone does n't has signals problems like mobiles & 2ndly, DSL speed is much better than modem speed & it saves my time.
@aseru48 (173)
• United States
23 Apr 07
I'm connected through a LAN which is provided by the apartment complex I live in.