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The first big competition for ADSL came from the cable companies Almost every house in America has a coax cable running into it for cable TV In a moment of genius, the cable industry realized that if it could put the Home Shopping Network and the History Channel into every home, why not provide Internet access The entire infrastructure of the cabling industry had to undergo some major changes to deal with issues like bidirectional communication, but cable modem service is now common in the United States Cable modems are as common as cable TV boxes NOTE Any high-speed (faster than PSTN) last-mile connection is called a broadband connection
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The single most impressive aspect of cable modems is their phenomenal top speeds These speeds vary from cable company to cable company, but most advertise speeds in the (are you sitting down ) 10 to 27 megabits per second range Most cable modems provide a throughput speed of 1 to 10 Mbps downloading and 500 Kbps to 1 Mbps uploading there is tremendous variance between different providers A cable modem installation consists of a cable modem connected to a cable outlet The cable modem gets its own cable outlet, separate from the one that goes to the television It s the same cable line, just split from the main line as if you were adding a second cable outlet for another television As with ADSL, cable modems connect to PCs using a standard NIC (Figure 14-27)
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Cable modems connect using coax cable to a head end, similar to a telephone company s central office Head ends in turn connect to the cable company s network This network uses a unique protocol called Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS) Most recently, the specification was revised (DOCSIS 30) to significantly increase transmission speeds (this time both upstream and downstream) and introduce support for Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) NOTE Many companies sell routers with a built-in cable modem
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It s hard to tell a cable modem from a DSL modem The only difference, other than the fact that one will have cable modem printed on it while the other will say DSL modem, is that the cable modem has a coax and an RJ-45 connecter while the DSL modem has an RJ-11 and an RJ-45 connector Cable modems have proven themselves to be reliable and fast and have surpassed DSL as the broadband connection of choice in homes Cable companies are also aggressively marketing to business customers with high-speed packages, making cable a viable option for businesses
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Living in the countryside may have its charms, but getting high-speed Internet access is tough For those too far away to get anything else, satellite may be your only option Satellite access comes in two types: one-way and two-way One-way means that you download from satellite but you must use a PSTN connection for uploads Two-way means the satellite service handles both the uploading and downloading Satellite isn t as fast as DSL or cable modems, but it s still faster than PSTN Both one-way and two-way satellite connections provide around 500 Kbps download and 50 Kbps upload Satellite requires a small satellite antenna, identical to the ones used for satellite television This antenna connects to a satellite modem, which in turn connects to your PC or your network (Figure 14-28)
Figure 14-28 Satellite connection
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Wireless
Wireless is a big topic for the CompTIA Network+ exam and I ve saved an entire chapter ( 16) just to discuss the topic For now, it s important to appreciate that there are two types of wireless service that people may use for Internet connections: mobile data services (provided by cell phone companies) and 80211 Mobile data services have names like GSM, GRPS, EDGE, and HSPDA (there are many more standards) These services use the cellular telephone network to provide access Mostly used with cell phones and smart phones, most mobile data services have wireless NICs you can use on laptops and desktop computers (Figure 14-29)
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