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Connecting to the Internet

Learning Outcome 1
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Stuart Mitchell

on 19 August 2014

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Transcript of Connecting to the Internet

Using the Internet
Learning Outcome 1

Connecting to the Internet
domestic wireless
ADSL broadband
WiFi Hotspot
mobile/smart phone
college/business network
Instead of using telephone or cable networks for your Internet connection, you use radio frequency bands. Wireless Internet provides an always-on connection which can be accessed from anywhere — as long as you

are
geographically
within a network coverage area.
provides a connection to the Internet through the telephone network. Unlike dial-up, DSL can operate using a single phone line without preventing normal use of the telephone line for voice phone calls.
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Individual homes and businesses often use Wi-Fi to connect laptops and smart phones to the Internet. Wi-Fi Hotspots may be found in coffee shops and various other public establishments. Wi-Fi is used to create campus-wide and city-wide wireless networks
Smartphones, such as iPhones and Android phones, are basically small, handheld computers with built-in phones, GPS, and cameras.
provides a connection to the Internet through the telephone network on a mass scale. Provided across a company or college to multiple computers, through both DSL and wireless links.
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