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Comparing cable and DSL

To connect to the internet we need a modem. There are two types of Modems, used by Broadband connection, i.e. Cable & DSL. Both are faster than dial-up. Therefore, they’re often referred to as high-speed internet access.

A DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is a type of high speed Internet access. DSL Internet access is delivered across the telephone network backbone and in most homes in the United States, an ordinary telephone connection jack can be used to plug into DSL Internet access.

It connects to your USB port. The speed at which a DSL modem sends and receives data varies from hundreds of Kilobits per second to many Megabits. Examples of DSL technologies include Asymmetric DSL (ASDL) and ISDN Digital Subscriber Line (IDSL).



  • You can access both the internet and your phone line at the same time
  • Faster speed than dial-up
  • Ability to choose between different connection speeds and pricing from various providersDISADVANTAGE
  • Receives data faster than it sends it
  • Sometimes not available in remote areas
  • The farther you are from the provider’s central location, the slower the transmission



  • A cable modem is a hardware device that allows your computer to communicate with an Internet Service Provider over a cable connection and converts the analog signal to a digital signal for the purpose of guaranteeing a broadband Internet connection. A cable modem works by connecting a coaxial cable for the ISP to the back of the cable modem and a Cat5 (Ethernet) cord from the modem to a computer or a network router if you want to share your Internet connection between multiple computers.ADVANTAGE
  • Performance isn’t based on distance from the provider’s central location
  • Faster speed than dial-up and most often DSLDISADVANTAGE
  • You share the available bandwidth of a single cable line with others in your neighborhood. The more people using it at the same time, the slower the performance.
  • Could be more costly than DSL
  • Sometimes not available in remote areas