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Cable
Cable

Many residences in the North America and elsewhere receive hundreds of broadcast television channels over coaxial cable networks. (We will discuss coaxial cable later in this section.) In a traditional cable television system, a cable head end broadcasts television channels through a

Tags distribution network, dsl, protocol
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Twisted-Pair Copper Wire
Twisted-Pair Copper Wire

The least expensive and most frequently used guided transmission medium is twisted-pair copper wire. For over a hundred years it has been used by telephone networks. In reality, more than 99 percent of the wired connections from the telephone handset to the local telephone

Tags modem, dsl, isp
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Satellite Radio Channels
Satellite Radio Channels

A communication satellite links two or more Earth-based microwave transmitter/receivers, known as ground stations. The satellite receives transmissions on one frequency band, regenerates the signal using a repeater and transmits the signal on another frequency. Two types of

Tags links, dsl, satellites
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