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Types of Internet Broadband

Hillary Cyril | Editor, TechAnnouncer



Internet Broadband is a relatively new technology that is used as a medium for communication over IP networks. In the past few years, many people were skeptical about this new technology because of the slow speed of Internet connections at that time. With the advent of broadband technology, Internet communication has become faster and with much more options available. In this article, we will look at the basic principles of Internet Broadband and how it works. We will also look at its advantages and disadvantages.

Internet Broadband refers to broadband internet which involves the transmission of information using radio waves. In recent years, Wi-Fi emerged as another method of wireless internet transmission via wireless routers. Internet broadband allows transmission of multiple data at the same time, allowing messages to be transmitted simultaneously, and used in fast internet connection, allowing web pages to load quickly. Broadband can also be further classified into two types: iServed Switched and iServed Local.

One of the most popular forms of internet broadband is pre-paid wireless iServed Local which is usually supplied by cable or phone companies to customers who live within a defined coverage area. Another form of broadband Wi-Fi is GSM which stands for Global System for Mobile Communications. This technology uses radio transmitters to transmit SMS messages from a computer to a cell phone. This technology is quite similar to mobile phones. It is also useful in businesses where an intranet is needed such as in call centers and corporate networks.


iServed Switched Broadband is an ideal choice for business and corporate networks if you are planning to use high-speed Internet and do not want the hassle of setting up a wired broadband connection because you are located in a place where the wired connection is not yet available. It is also more convenient than a wireless connection because you do not have to deal with the hassles of configuring a wired connection for your network. However, it has a limited number of carriers for different areas. Another good thing about this type of connection is that it is cheaper than other types of broadband Internet.

A router is a device used to establish a connection between two devices. It has to configure and connect to a WiFi hotspot and connect to a modem that connects to the internet. A modem is what delivers the signal to the internet through the router. There are different kinds of routers such as DSL, cable modem, and wireless router.

Fiber Optic Internet Connection: Fiber optic is a technology that transmits data over long distances at high speeds. Although this technology has become obsolete lately, it is still used today in some offices. A fiber optic modem that uses optical fibers costs more than conventional modems which use copper wires. A fiber-optic connection can range from one gigabit per second to 10-gigabits-per-second depending on the distance and the number of users.

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