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Broadband technologies such as Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line, Integrated Services Digital Network, cable modem, and satellite promise superquick Internet access, lightning-fast downloads, and TV-like multimedia, as well as sunshine, flowers, and world peace. But if these aren't available where you live--or they're just too expensive for you--what are your options?
We examined two alternatives that claim to boost your Web access speed without costing you an arm and a leg. Browser accelerators attempt to turbocharge your Web browser by adding a smarter cache and by trying to anticipate where you'll go next on the Web. Modem bonders, as their name suggests, harness a pair of modems to give you a double-barrel pipe to your Internet service provider.
Of the two approaches, modem bonders yielded better results. At best, they may double your Internet access speed. They didn't do that in our tests, but they did improve the loading speed of a typical Web page markedly--in one case, by 67 percent. These gains come at a cost, however: The modem bonders we looked at require two separate modems and phone lines, and you'll also have to pay for two ISP accounts. Those demands generate cumulative costs that fall in the same range as DSL or even ISDN. (See " Bandwidth on Demand.")
Browser accelerators cost considerably less than modem bonders, because they require no financial investment beyond their modest sticker price; and they work with your existing modem setup. Unfortunately, reports of their efficiency have been greatly exaggerated. We saw far less improvement than we had hoped.
Let's start with the most popular method of connecting to the Internet: Analog Modems. The word Modem itself is a combination of two words, modulate and demodulate. A modem is, basically, a device that takes a digital signal and converts or modulates it into an analog signal that another modem can later convert back, or demodulate into digital form again. Analog connections suffer from busy signals, dropped connections and the need to dial up each time, but they are the cheapest type of Internet connection available. The main factor affecting a modem's speed and dependability is the electro-magnetic interference (also called 'static'), caused by various sources of electro-magnetic waves intercepting the phone-lines used to transmit the signal from and to a modem. These waves could be radio waves or a burst in the sun's activity, but they cause electrical current fluctuation thus forcing the electronics to slow down ('fall back') to lower connection speeds.
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) operates over conventional phone lines but achieves higher data rates using different electronics and coding schemes.
ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is one of the iterations of DSL technology, and is an asymmetric technology. That is, the data download and upload speeds are not the equal. With ADSL, for example, a customer may have only 128Kbps of bandwidth for sending data, but may be able to receive data at speeds of 8Mbps. An ASDL is not a dial-up connection and is more expensive, but, it is also a dedicated connection, available for business and is always on.
SDSL (Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is another derivative of DSL and provides the same fast download and upload of data.
RADSL (Rate adaptive ADSL) is under development and is supposed to carry data at different rates for different prices.
HDSL (High bit-rate DSL) allows a very high speed connection over the basic copper line instead of the fiber line.
IDSL (ISDN DSL) provides ISDN-like speed over copper line, is moderately fast and moderately expensive, and allows business or home users far away from faster lines to benefit from the DSL links.
Some cable TV companies provide Internet access over the TV cable with the help of Cable modems. This is a relatively inexpensive (now) and fast (with speeds of up to 10 Mbps) option which has become the preferred way for home Internet users to get online. Today, most cable companies charge about US$40 for a cable modem and service.
|Type of Connection|| Maximum
|Analog 28 Kbps modem||20 - 24||20 - 24||Personal Web surfing|
|Analog 56 Kbps modem||53||53||Personal Web surfing|
|IDSL||144||144||Remote locations and offices|
|ADSL||8,000||1,500||Personal Web surfing (available for business) and small business|
|RADSL||8,000||1,500||Personal Web surfing (available for business) and small business|
|Cable modem||10,000 - 30,000||128 - 10,000||Personal Web surfing (in general, not available for business)|
ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network). Basically, ISDN is a digital telephone line used for voice, fax, and data communications like a regular telephone line, but five times faster (or more) than a 28.8Kbps modem. It also allows you to talk on the phone while also sending data to another.
T-1 is a high-speed digital data connection that operates at 1.54Mbps and requires a two-pair (four wire) connection between the telephone company and the customer.
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