For most of us we use computers on a dally basis for personal emails, work, and even school. But In order for us to transfer Information back and forth we need to be connected to the World Wide Web. We do so through the Internet Service Providers (SIPS). These are individual organizations that maintain gateways into the internet and allow customers to access it on a per-use or subscription basis. The Internet Service Providers have two options when connecting to the internet.
These options are dial up connections and direct connections. As we discuss the differences between the two options, the individual will have a better understanding of which connection will best suit them. Dial Up Connections Dial up connections are the old way of connecting to the web. It is very slow and is rarely used today. Even though it’s slow and outdated It still does the Job connecting you to the web. The Dial up connects to the web using a modem. A modem device Is a modulator/demodulator which enables computers to communicate and transmit Information through standard analog telephone lines.
It converts computer digital information from the outgoing modem through telephone lines which translate the digital data into audio signals. The receiving modem will then change the analog signal back into digital code which gets received by the computer. Accessing the internet is done when your modem dials a phone number which then connects the computer with the Internet Service Provider. Determining the speed of the internet is primarily through the capabilities of your modem in which you are using. If you are looking to enhance your internet speed, another option for you is to install an Integrated Service Digital Network (KIDS).
This option is not technically a modem but a digital terminal adapter which transfers computer data through digital phone lines rather than dial up. With this option you can also connect your computer, phone and fax machine at the same time and use them simultaneously without Interfering with the Internet speed. Internet Connections Direct World Wide Web. Most individuals, businesses, and schools use it. This option is different from dial up because it does not require activation for each usage period.
It provides continuous internet access through network connections which are faster due to the bandwidth. The bandwidth is the amount of information, also called traffic that is moved throughout a network. There are several ways direct connections are obtained. These options are through high speed data links, Wireless connections, T and E carriers, LANA connections, Cable modems, and Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL). High speed data links are fiber-optic cables and wireless connections which offer faster internet service and are not limited on the capacity of data transferred.
Analog Modems, on the other hand are limited when transferring data to 56 kilobits per second. Wireless connections are primarily used when wireless components communicate within a network that uses cables. The medium is the difference between the wireless signals and the cabled network. If you were to have a desk top computer linked to the cabled network you would still be able to use a laptop at the same time which would connect to a wireless LANA that uses standard cabling. The two different wireless modes used when using a network interface card are the Ad- co and the Infrastructure.
The Ad-hoc is a wireless mode which makes the system use its Nice to connect with one another and the Infrastructure, also a wireless mode connects to a wireless access point. T and E carriers are digital lines that have a greater bandwidth capacity. The TTL lines move data at a rate of 1. 544 megabits per second and are mostly used by businesses. The TO lines move its data at a rate of 44. 736 megabits per second. Other lines equivalent to the TTL and TO lines are El and E lines which are widely used in Europe. El lines are able to move data at a rate of . 48 megabits per second and E lines move data at 34. 368 megabits per second. Fractional T and E lines have channels and transmission paths that are able to support 64 kilobits per second. A single TTL line carries 24 channels where a TO line carries 672 channels. The majority of phone companies allow individuals or a business to purchase individual channels instead of the TTL and TO lines entirely. The consumer will need to know that fractional T and E lines hold less bandwidth than others and are less expensive when trying to decide which one to go with.
LANA inspections are connected with the internet through a router in which the LANA router is connected to its own router at Internet Service Provider level. Consumers owning a small business can lease theses Lines between LANA and the Internet Service Provider for $250. 00 U. S. Dollars or less. Large business, depending on the amount of data/traffic they use, could be charged an amount of $40,000. 00 U. S. Dollars monthly. Depending on if Lana are using TCP/IP lines they may be connected directly to the internet by gateways that will convert data used by LANA to TCP/IP.
Cable modems use coaxial cables transmitting data from audio and video at a much faster speed than using telephone lines. With this option consumers will be able to connect their internet service through the cable system using a cable modem that’s connected with the computers NICE to the cable television outlet. Another option consumers may want to consider when connecting to the internet is cable internet. This is an option that uses television for the monitor when connecting with the web. Digital Subscriber lines are lines that carry data at a high rate of speed through modems available.
The most popular used in homes and businesses is the Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line. This line transmits data at a speed designated by the individual’s phone line capabilities. Conclusion In conclusion there are many ways to connect to the World Wide Web. Whether you are interested in speed, convenience, or Just looking to save a little money in the process there are many options for you to choose from. References This is a hanging indent. To keep the hanging indent format, simply delete this line of text using the backspace key, and replace the information with your reference entry.