Broadband is a better way to access high speed data transfer. There are several types of broadband in the market today. There is the DSL broadband that is a digital subscriber line (DSL) technology that delivers broadband over phone lines used in homes or offices. It enables large volumes of information which are sent over a copper cable at very rapid speeds. It allows you to download web pages, text, graphics, music and video in real time. This makes it efficient in getting the information and data you require at a specific time.
The ADSL broadband asymmetric Digital subscriber Line (ADSL) is a technology similar to the DSL technology though with ADSL information is downloaded more rapidly than it can be uploaded. It is useful for homes and businesses since it can download web pages and files at a very high speed. There is ADSL2 and ADSL2+ which are new technologies offered by service providers with higher speeds of up to 24Mbps.
Symmetric Broadband (SDSL) is a technology similar to ADSL broadband that downloads information at the same speed as it uploads information. This broadband requires an extra telephone line and it is suitable for businesses that need to send large volumes of information. The sending of information requires uploading of large information which can be made easy SDSL broadband. The Local Loop Unbundling (LLU) is where the ADSL or SDSL broadband technologies are provided without using the British Telecoms exchange system. They are cheaper than other technologies. The cable Broadband that delivers broadband through a cable. They are available for television or phone package for homes and businesses. The satellite broadband that require a dish antenna. You can download information via satellite and upload via telephone or ADSN line or download and upload via the satellite. The wireless broadband can be delivered to your PC and it require antenna. It is suitable for distributing information between buildings.