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    Cable Modems Vs. Digital Subscriber

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    basement is now being provided by many telephone companies, large on-line services and may soon be available from you local cable company. Computer users are an impatient group. They are starving for a faster way of connecting to the ‘net. Until now home users have had to suffer with the slow connections available with analog modems or spend a relatively large amount on having a digital line, such as ISDN, installed and then continue paying a lot for the monthly charges associated with such lines. Standard

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    Digital Cable Providers: Dish TV

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    India, 9 December, p. 60. Magretta, J., 2011. Creating Value: The Core - Staking Out Your Company's Unique Competitive Position Using Michael Porter's Elements of Strategy. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business Press. Times of India, 2011. Digital Cable Providers - Digital HD Channels. [Online] Available at: http://www.videocond2h.com/WSC/dth_comparison.aspx [Accessed 16 March 2014].

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    Interactive Cable Archives and Videoconferencing The integration of technology into curriculum and instructional practices in P-12 education has been gaining momentum in classroom reform across the nation (Mowre-Popiel, Pollard, & Pollard, 1994). Interactive and digital technologies are now recognized as tools by which educators can bring unique resources into the classroom (Schutte, 1998; Wise, 2002) and engage students in dynamic, self-constructed learning (Branzburg, 2001). The use of technology

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    Cable Broadband

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    Cable Broadband Five years ago, all that people had to worry about when they wanted to connect to the Internet was really what modem they were going to purchase. It was simple. Do I buy a 33.6Kbps modem or a 56Kbps modem? With the advances in current technologies, that decision has become a bit more difficult. Now people have to make the decision between 56k modems, Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL), Cable Broadband, and Satellite Broadband. I believe the choice to be simple. Cable

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    Digital Television Conversion

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    Digital Television Conversion If you are not connected to cable TV or have a non-digital television, be prepared to either throw it out or convert it into a fish tank. With the increase in technology, the television medium is becoming a more advanced system and is incorporating new standards for their networks and customers. Digital cable is more popular than ever and is being used to launch new capabilities in a couple of years. On February 17th, 2009 all over-the-air television stations are

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    DSL, and the Race for Internet Connectivity Abstract   This paper discusses current technologies and trends relating to Internet connectivity.  Broadband cable, DSL, and fixed wireless are examined. Issues addressed relating to these technologies are the potential for providers to favor specific content on broadband cable and the 'digital divide' or the trend of inaccessibility of the internet in poor and rural areas. In recent years, the Internet has radically changed both our economic

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    Network factors

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    connected via Ethernet, Token Ring, Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) or wireless. Each of the connection methods will also be analyzed and the differences will be explained. The term network topology refers to the physical layout of computers, cables, and other components that make up a network. The choice of one topology over another is important for the network professional and will have an impact on the type of equipment the network needs, the capabilities of the equipment, the growth of the

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    Network Topolgies

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    is contained within the computer. These two are in fact not the same. A bus network uses a single cable that functions through a shared communication exchange medium. It attaches devices and permits the devices to connect with the interface connector. Simply put, if one device on the network would want to “speak” with another device on the network, it will then send out a message through the cable that all of the devices on the network can see. However, only the device for which the message was

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    to see every other node. A bus topology was one of the first topologies used in that it consists of a single bus (aka: backbone). Typically this is a coaxial cable where nodes can connect via a ‘T' connector which allows the bus to continue to the end of the cable. Due to the nature of this design when the data reaches the end of the cable if it's not properly terminated (which kills the signal) then we can receive what's called bounce back. This ricocheting of the data could severely hinder the

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    Cable and Internet Networks

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    Cable and Internet Networks In most cases cable or DSL companies such as Comcast or DirectPC are just a single type of Internet connection company. But sometimes companies acquire these one-connection companies to make their companies bigger and better such as AOL buying Time Warner. As these companies get bigger and start to offer more types of connections they also start to have more security conflicts. AOL’s software for its dial up connection has a firewall built in to it, the firewall protects

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