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  • Smart Computing Article - Basic Troubleshooting- Cable Modems
    The connections and indicator lights on the D-Link DCM-202, a common cable modem used by many providers. The rear of the cable modem will have ports for the coaxial cable, a power supply, and Ethernet and USB cables. You ll also often find a reset button When your cable modem is working
  • Smart Computing Article - Modems
    October 2005 Vol.9 Issue 6 Add To My Personal Library Problem: My cable modem seems to have trouble making connections during bad weather. Part of the cable connection from the curb to your modem runs along the outside of your house. This means the wire is sitting outside, getting worn down
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    cable modem product. In addition, Broadcom, Irvine, Calif., this week filed a countersuit against Microtune Inc., a supplier of RF tuners for cable modems and set-top boxes that accuses Broadcom of patent infringement in February 2001. The countersuit came two weeks after Microtune and TI unveiled
  • Smart Computing Article - More Than Just Bad Movies
    , usually expressed as a number of bits per second. DOCSIS (Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification) -- This is the leading cable modem standard in North America; it defines exactly how head ends and cable modems can communicate. Whereas older cable networks worked only with coaxial cables
  • Smart Computing Article - Basic Troubleshooting- DSL Modems
    and the Internet; it lets you share your Internet connection among many computers) Before you can fix your modem, you need to know what kind of modem you have. By and large, DSL modems come in two flavors: Ethernet and USB. An Ethernet modem connects to your computer using a standard network cable
  • Smart Computing Article - Basic Troubleshooting- Dial-up Modems
    Nearly all analog modems (as opposed to cable and DSL [Digital Subscriber Line] modems) are internal. Just look for the phone jack on the back or the side of your PC, and you ve found your modem. You can find out the manufacturer and model number by looking in the Windows Device Manager
  • Application Note: Customer Premise Equipment
    Customer Premise Equipment (CPE), also known as subscriber equipment, includes any equipment that is connected to the telecommunications network and located at a customer's site. Examples of CPE include: 56k modems, cable modems, ADSL modems, phone sets, fax equipment, answering machines, POS
  • Smart Computing Article - Tune In For Faster Internet Access
    Tune In For Faster Internet Access August 2000 Vol.4 Issue 3 Page(s) 8-13 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Tune In For Faster Internet Access Cable Modems Take Advantage Of Existing Infrastructure To Offer Blazing Speed The capacity a network or data connection has for carrying data

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