ADSL Broadband explained
ADSL or so-called Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line is a high-speed Internet access service and cheaper to use the phone network with 128 access speeds up to 20 Mbps.
Even today already have the latest fiture ADSL2 with speeds from 2 to 24Mbps. ADSL services utilize the use of high-frequency waves to distribute data over regular phone network. To connect to the Internet via ADSL service, ADSL modems, ADSL modems are so many types of different brands and in general are used to connect via Telkom or Telco.
The ADSL modem is working to restore the data that is sent with high frequency modulation to the data known and can be processed by computer. It’s just a difference with analog modems using sound frequencies while ADSL uses a high frequency.
With Our ADSL internet service the same telephone line that is used for connection with an ADSL service can also be used for regular phone connection. To stop high-frequency sound frequencies clashing, it will require a special filter to filter out high frequency sound frequencies than those for such channels may be used for regular phone connection. ADSL service also called broadband service, ADSL service is also available in addition to other broadband service called cable service that utilizes the use of cable networks like cable TV.
This Service Requires:
- An existing BT analogue telephone line; both ADSL and existing service can be used simultaneously.
- System Force I.T. to activate your line for ADSL service with BT.
- System Force I.T. to install Modem/Router at your premises.
- Approximately 7 to 10 days lead-time for installation from receipt of order.
- Minimum contract period: 12 months
Don’t pay more than you have to for your Broadband Internet!
System Force I.T. are a full ISP (Internet Service Providers) offering our customers unrivaled value for money and quality service.
ADSL – Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line – High Speed ADSL Internet Access with no call charges.
With System Force Broadband you can enjoy an always on connection, no need to dial-up, up to 40 times faster than a standard 56K modem, faster downloads for video, audio and data, real-time send and receive of emails and you can set-up fast and cost effective Virtual Private Networks (VPN).
Dependent on the line quality, you could be able to get up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up.