1.4.4 Broadband and Base band Transmission

Broadband Internet access often shortened to just “broadband”, is high speed Internet access—typically contrasted with dial-up access over modem.  Dial-up modems are generally capable of a maximum bit rates of 56 Kbit/s (Kilobits per second) and require the full use of a telephone line whereas broadband technologies supply at least double this speed generally without disrupting telephone use.  In contrast Base band allows only one signal at a time.

broadband internet access

Broadband Internet Access

Most  communication between computers, including the majority of local area networks uses only base band transmission.

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