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    Linux Guru budman7's Avatar
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    A faster internet


    I can't wait for the new modems to come out.

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    hmm.. spontaneous thougt, how many millimeters (cable way) must one be from a telephone station and how pure must the wired transporting the data? sounds like the "Up to 24Mbps ADSL", which essentially means "you can get 24Mpbs under ideal conditions, and you're less than ~0.5km from the telestation and all data take the closes route over fine wires." (the reason one must be so close is due to the laws of physics - which causes "signal dispersion" on the signals (think smudging out the signals so the 1s and 0s at a certain speed/frequency and length become mixed together)).
    But it sounds nice
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    it will be a century before we get these kind of broadband in australia due to a monopolistic national phone/internet carrier.

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