next Communication Protocol
up CMPT 165: Review
previous Continuous connectivity


Continuous Connectivity to Individuals

During 1990s, ISPs began offering:

  1. Cable modem:
  2. DSL: Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
  3. Wireless access:

All designed so that data transmission does not interfere with simultaneous television/cable signals.

All provide speed, continuous and instantaneous connectivity, affordability, and use of existing wiring.


next Communication Protocol
up CMPT 165: Review
previous Continuous connectivity

``CMPT 165: Review'' by Tamara Smyth, Computing Science, Simon Fraser University.
Download PDF version (review.pdf)
Download compressed PostScript version (review.ps.gz)
Download PDF `4 up' version (review_4up.pdf)
Download compressed PostScrip `4 up' version (review_4up.ps.gz)

Copyright © 2011-12-05 by Tamara Smyth.
Please email errata, comments, and suggestions to Tamara Smyth<tamaras@cs.sfu.ca>
School of Computing Science,   Simon Fraser University