Modem Speeds

Business / Internet Marketing / Modem Speeds: The speed at which you connect to the Internet through your computer's modem. They include 14.4, 28,8, 33.6 and ISDN. T1 and T3 are high speed connections that don't require a modem.

Modem Pools

Technology / Cell Phones / Modem Pools: Racks of modems used to deliver reliable cellular data communications. MORE

Modem Speeds

Business / Internet Marketing / Modem Speeds: The speed at which you connect to the Internet through your computer's modem. They include 14.4, 28,8, 33.6 and ISDN. T1 and T3 are high speed connections that don't require a modem. MORE

Software Modem

Technology / Computers / Software Modem: A modem implemented entirely in software. Software modems rely on the computer's processor to modulate and demodulate signals. MORE

Modem

Technology / Computers / Modem: Stands for MOdulator/DEMODulator. This is a word created out of the beginning letters of two other words: MOdulation and DEModulation. The words mean the changing of data from digital (computer langua MORE

Internal Modem

Technology / Computers / Internal Modem: A modem that resides on an expansion board that plugs into a computer. In contrast, an external modem is a box that attaches to a computer's COM port via cables. MORE

Cable Modem Termination System (CMTS)

Technology / Computers / Cable Modem Termination System (CMTS): Cable Modem Termination System. Typically, this system is found in a cable companies headend or distribution hub. Its purpose is to provide a high-speed data service to cable subscribers. MORE

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