Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Cable versus wireless networks: advantages and drawbacks.

Cabling systems are aimed at providing television and internet services to clients via frequency signals transmitted through optical fibers, UTP or coaxial cables which are usually mounted at the subscriber's location. Radio programming can be transmitted as well. The cabling problems consist mainly in the limited pressure which can be applied to the cables. Also they shouldn't be bent too tight around corners, in this case the user must pay carefull attention that the bending radius must not be less than a few centimeters otherwise breaking can easily occur. Furthermore the cables might generate distorted electronic signals due to interferences. As noted, the cable data transmition turns out to have a lot of drawbacks. In order to overcome all these inconveniences it would be recommended to use wireless networks which became the most widespread type of internet connection. The wireless networks are used in private homes and companies and the main advantages rely on the easy way to set up a web connection, portability, reduced pricing. Besides that, any possible guest can use its own laptop online, the only needed thing being just your network password. When deciding to opt for a wireless network system you have to follow a few short steps: buy a wireless router and a computer fitted with a built-in wireless network card, install the router and configure both router and computer. Another alternative is to make use of the services provided by a Structured Cabling Contractor. Pretty simple and nothing else required. Hence, there is no room for hanging up cables and moving them all the time when you wish to change your place.

1 comments:

john December 22, 2010 at 6:07 AM  

Very advantage from the wireless networks.
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