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ADSL is a high speed internet connection. A broadband connection is also a high speed internet connection. There are different speeds for both types of connections. There are many ways to gain a high speed connection.

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3g is mobile internet and adsl is a type of home internet so adsl is better


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Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line(ADSL)


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Speed is the difference between HDSL and ADSL. HDSL has high upload and download speeds whereas ADSL has a slow upload speed coupled with a high download speed.


ADSL is simply a version or 'flavour' of DSL. The 'a' refers to asymmetric, meaning 'not the same'. Hence, ADSL usually has different downstream and upstream rates (e.g. 1536/256 is a common speed of ADSL available in Australia, where downstream the link speed is 1536kbps and upstream is 256kbps).


I believe your Internet Service Provider must sell you this option. Once you pay for it your router should be working at the speed of ADSL. I am currently using ADSL, but will be going to a faster speed.


Yes, you have to have an ADSL splitter before your router to route the packets from the Internet. There are numerous router which have an inbuilt ADSL supporting varying speeds like 54Mbps etc etc. You can choose one from them if you do not want to have separate ADSL and Router installed separately.


No. None of the two, depending on your type of Internet connection, is enough. Ask your ISP for available options. Nowadays, ADSL, requiring an ADSL router, is quite common. In my case, the ADSL router is on loan from the ISP, but the situation may vary in other countries, so just ask your ISP.No. None of the two, depending on your type of Internet connection, is enough. Ask your ISP for available options. Nowadays, ADSL, requiring an ADSL router, is quite common. In my case, the ADSL router is on loan from the ISP, but the situation may vary in other countries, so just ask your ISP.No. None of the two, depending on your type of Internet connection, is enough. Ask your ISP for available options. Nowadays, ADSL, requiring an ADSL router, is quite common. In my case, the ADSL router is on loan from the ISP, but the situation may vary in other countries, so just ask your ISP.No. None of the two, depending on your type of Internet connection, is enough. Ask your ISP for available options. Nowadays, ADSL, requiring an ADSL router, is quite common. In my case, the ADSL router is on loan from the ISP, but the situation may vary in other countries, so just ask your ISP.


Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) is a form of DSL, a data communications technology that enables faster data transmission than a conventional modem can provide. A modem which can do such a job is called an ADSL modem.



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adslIt's ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line).Typically, ADSL (Asynchronous DSL).There may also be SDSL (Synchronous DSL), but this is not used in most of the US anymore.There is also GDSL and FoDSL. These are very rare.


Even a slow Ethernet network would be faster than ADSL, since 10baseT LAN networks run at 10 Mbps. An ADSL connection typically tops out at around 8 Mbps. However, if you are talking about throughput, then they might be very close, since Ethernet has problems with packet collision. Then again, most Ethernet networks today for LANs run at 100 Mbps, which would place it far faster than ADSL based on speed measurements. However, ADSL does not use the same transmission method as Ethernet, but Ethernet will still be faster than ADSL (especially if you consider the Gigabit speeds).



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