• Internet Computer Phone Modem
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    Process Paper: How to get on the net The Internet is a very important tool for communicating, learning, and just surfing. To utilize the capabilities of the 'Net'; one must have a phone line, a computer with a modem, and an Internet Service Provider (ISP). Computers can usually be found at any electronic store. The store should also have information on how a local ISP can be found. The Internet Service Provider that you find will give you the essential software needed to connect to the Internet....
  • The Positouch System Food People Controls
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    The POSitouch System Convention and Group Sales Sunday, April 06, 1997 POSitouch The POSitouch system was conceived in 1982, by the Ted and Bill Fuller, owners of the Gregg's Restaurant chain. They were looking to increase the efficiency of there restaurants through the use of computer technology. During there search they found systems but none meeting there total needs. That is why the Fullers created the company, (R. D. C) Restaurant Data Concepts. RDC keeps developing better and more efficie...
  • Cable Modem Access Web Internet One
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    Cable Internet The Internet has been around for over 40 years and despite technological advances in speed, people still complain that it's too slow. How can people get their favorite songs or visit their favorite sites before dinner is over? This paper will discuss one option, cable internet access. Until now internet the public had to access the WWW through slow phone lines, connecting anywhere from 300 bps in the infancy of public access to 56 k. But now there are several high-speed alternativ...
  • Modem Sharing Device Devices Phone
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    To set up a network connection using multiple modems 1. Set up a Dial-Up Networking connection using one modem. 2. In the Dial-Up Networking folder, right-click the connection icon and click Properties. 3. On the Multilink tab, click Use additional devices, and then click Add. 4. In Edit Extra Device, select the device you want to add to the connection, and then click OK. 5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 until you have added all the modems you want. Notes To set up a Multilink Connection, you must have ...
  • Line Noise Analog Connection
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    Line Quality Guide Achieving a reliable Internet connection as close to 56 K as possible is something every Internet user strives to achieve. However, due to line conditions and phone companies, the dream of every surfer is shattered into something reminiscent of 5 year old 33. 6 technology. The general rule of thumb is that to obtain speeds greater than 33. 6, one must live within 2-3 miles of the telephone company's switch box. The further out, the more degraded the connection speed becomes. ...
  • How To Surf The Internet
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    How to Surf the Internet The term 'Internet,' or 'The Net' as it is commonly in known in the computer business, is best described as an assortment of over one thousand computer networks with each using a common set of technical transfers to create a worldwide communications medium. The Internet is changing, most profoundly, the way people conduct research and will in the near future be the chief source of mass information. No longer will a student have to rely on the local library to finish a re...
  • The Modem Computer Modems Baud
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    The Modem First of all I would like to start with an introduction I chose this topic because I thought it would be interesting to learn about how a modem works in a computer. With modem we are able to access the Internet BBS' or Bulletin Board Systems. The MODEM is one of the smartest computer hardware tools ever created. modem is an abbreviation of Modulator De Modulator it is fairly simple to explain; through the telephone lines we are able to send messages between one single computer or a gro...
  • Services Have Their Quirks One Cable Internet Tim
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    My friend Tim is a solo practitioner in suburban New York City. He's grown dependent on the Internet for everyday tasks such as checking a lawyer's name when drafting a motion, or checking on the status of his cases. Those are the two main choices for most of us - at least those of us who'd rather not pay a couple of thousand dollars a month for a T 1 line. Both cable and DSL services have their quirks. One Big TV Network Tim works out of his home's former sun porch. Unlike his professional col...
  • Modems Bits Per Second
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    Modems Modems are used to connect two computers over a phone line. Modem is short for Modulator Demodulator. It's a device that converts data from digital computer signals to analog signals that can be sent over a phone line. This is called modulation. The analog signals are then converted back into digital data by the receiving modem. This is called demodulation. A modem is fed digital information, in the form of ones and zeros, from the CPU. The modem then analyzes this information and conver...
  • Username And Password Connection Click Network
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    Are you tired of those slow downloads you " re getting when you surf the internet? Bored of waiting just to make a few transactions in your e-billing account? Then forget your old modem and switch to ADSL. For those of you that are not familiar with this new technology, let me explain a little bit about what it is. Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) is a transmission technology that enhances the use of existing telephone lines, providing high-bandwidth data and voice services. This is pos...
  • How To Surf The Internet
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    How to Surf the Internet - www world wide web browse The term "Internet," or "The Net" as it is commonly in known in the computer business, is best described as an assortment of over one thousand computer networks with each using a common set of technical transfers to create a worldwide communications medium. The Internet is changing, most profoundly, the way people conduct research and will in the near future be the chief source of mass information. No longer will a student have to rely on the ...
  • Analog Vs Digital Making The Conversion
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    High Tech Talk: Analog vs Digital - Making the Conversion Primary through the use of computers has the world been forced to digitize. We were an analog people for centuries before the advent of computers. Clocks were analog, radio frequencies were analog, and we spoke through the telephone in analog. Then came the advent of computers and we needed this new digital entity to coexist in an analog environment. Two main areas had to be converted from their analog state to digital. The area of sight...