DSL internet uses your phone line but it doesn't make your phone busy. Cable Internet goes through a cable wire. I have used both and can't tell any difference in speed.
DSL is considered to be broadband speed. There is a difference in speed between DSL and Cable. Cable is generally much faster.
The most obvious difference between DSL and cable internet is speed, as cable is much faster. However, they are physically different in that a DSL connection is typically done through a phone line while a cable connection does not require this. DSL internet is usually cheaper and can be available in areas that cable is not.
A cable internet connection is best unless you live very close to a DSL hub. Regular cable internet is faster than high speed DSL in most cases and high speed cable is even faster.
No, Time Warner Cable provides high speed internet, but it is not DSL. There is a moderate difference in speed between Time Warner's Cable internet services and a normal DSL provider, with Time Warner being faster and many times more reliable.
According to Richard Thomason's March 2009 article “DSL Internet vs Cable Internet”, while Cable internet is faster, and doesn't suffer from as many distance/performance issues (distance from the DSL hub), DSL has a lower monthly cost, and is slightly more secure than cable.
Cable is way faster, however if your only option for cable is ComCast go with DSL.
the information travels faster , dsl travels in a line and depending on where your transfer station is for dsl so yes satellite is faster goes direct into your cable. The main advantage that satellite Internet service has over DSL is that satellite Internet is available virtually anywhere in the US even in rural areas where DSL and Cable don't reach. Generally, satellite Internet service beats cable or DSL Internet when DSL or cable Internet is NOT AN OPTION. Cable or DSL access is almost always cheaper (less expensive) than satellite Internet, but not always faster.
Cable broadband internet is not always better than DSL broadband. Many times, it depends upon the company that you are using.
Cable or DSL
Cable modem connects through fibre optic DLS through phone line. Cable boasts faster speed than DSL Internet in theory. However, cable does not always deliver on the promise in everyday practical use. Cable modem services can slow down significantly if many people in your neighborhood access the Internet simultaenously. Both cable modem and DSL performance vary from one minute to the next depending on the pattern of use and traffic congestion on the Internet. DSL and cable Internet providers often implement so-called "speed caps" that limit the bandwidth of their services. Some home networks cannot match the speed of the Internet connection, lowering your performance
It depends on your preferences and needs of your internet service. Cable has the capacity to have faster speed than DSL, but DSL can have more network security than cable. Customer satusfaction polls show that more people are happy with DSL than with cable.
As far as price and upload speeds are concerned Cable internet and DSL are pretty comparable. However Cable internet has much faster download speeds. There is a downside to Cable internet though; they can place a limit on how much data you can use.