This does not sound like a problem with your cable modem (unless it is integrated with a router), but with your wireless router. Microwave ovens emit radio waves in the gigahertz range. These waves interfere with the transmission of the wireless router on the 2.4 GHz or 5 Ghz range. There is little that you can do about it, except relocating the microwave oven or router and computer. == Addition: Household microwave ovens typically use 2.45 GHz radiation, which means it matches pretty well. However, the radiation from a microwave should not, or barely, leave the oven at all. So either you have your router within, say, 1 meter of your router (in which case you should move either), OR your microwave is broken, in which case you should replace it.
No a modem is not a cable, a cable connects to a modem.
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No, a cable modem connects to a cat5 coax cable and a DSL modem connects to a standard phone line.
A coaxial cable is used when connecting a cable modem to your ISP.
No, just connect the cable to the cable modem and then connect the modem to the computer.
You will need to buy a new modem that is designed for your DSL modem. This is due to the fact that the modem is designed to use the dsl signal opposed to the cable modem.
In general, a cable modem will offer better and more reliable bandwidth and a wireless modem.
The earliest known cable modem was introduced in 1979. This was known as a cable RF Modem. However, cable modems as we know them today, were not introduced until the 1990s.
No. Your computer would connect directly to the cable modem via an ethernet cable.
The cable modem can be faulty, check with you service provider
DSL and cable modem utilize the same technology only difference in the companies.
There is a big difference between a cable modem and a DSL modem. There are many types of both available and these options can be viewed on Amazon. A cable modem uses a coxial cable input to connect it. However, a DSL modem uses a phone cord in order to function.
Your question presupposes that you have subscribed to cable internet service, and that the provider has run a cable to your home. It also presupposes that you have a cable modem. If these suppositions are correct, you just have to run coax between the cable jack on the wall and the cable modem. Then you need to connect the modem to your computer via USB, FireWire, or whatever interface your modem and computer have in common. FriPilot
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yes you can
The cable modem allows the cable provider to plug their service into the back of the modem(coaxial cable) versus the DSL modem allows the phone company to plug their service into the back of the modem(phone line). The DSL service typically requires you to have a separate phone number from your main land line.
You'll probably need to plug the cable modem to the cable line. Then plug an ethernet cable from the modem to the WAN port on the router. Then connect each of your computers (via ethernet cable) to the router.
If you're talking about a Cable Modem, which I guess you are since Modems are not really used anymore. A cable modem is...really important. A cable modem is the door for the internet signal. The signal goes from your ISP, to the Cable modem and then to your computer, it gets the IP's from your ISP, it determines the speed you should have and it converts the signal from the Coaxial cable to something called Internet.
Telephone is Cat3 while the cable coming form the modem is Cat5
You can connect your laptop to the Internet with a cable modem, sure. You will need an Ethernet cable to do that. If you want wireless internet, you will need a cable modem, and a wireless router as well.
Yes, you can own your own cable modem, but most television and internet providers allow you to use a cable modem for free if you sign up for their service.
Which components should be deactivated when installing a cable modem
You would need a cable modem when you want to connect to a cable internet service.
yes you can
Some cable companies do provide an all-in-one cable modem and wireless router. You must contact your cable company to see if they offer this and how you can exchange your current modem for a wireless one.