What's The Difference Between Cable And DSL Broadband Access? Most people use cable TV or digital subscriber line (DSL) for high-speed Internet access at home. In fact, 50% of all broadband customers use cable, 42% use DSL, and 8% use fiber-optic cable, satellite, or a wireless system.
Similarly, it is asked, what is considered a broadband connection?
The new definition effectively means that millions of Americans subscribing to Internet service that clocks in at less than 25 Mbps are no longer considered "broadband" subscribers. The average speed of service delivered in the US is 10 Mbps.
Is dial up a broadband connection?
The fundamental difference between dialup and broadband Internet connections is the manner in which the connection is made from your PC to the Internet. A dialup service connects to the Internet through your phone line.
Is WIFI a broadband connection?
What is wireless broadband? Wireless broadband — or Wi-Fi — is a broadband connection to the internet that's accessed without cables. With Wi-Fi, it's only the connection between your computer and the router that is wireless, not the actual broadband connection itself.