All of us have at some point come across the word “modem.” For some, it might just be a gadget that in some way helps to connect to the Internet. Though partly true, this definition is far too sketchy as compared to its capabilities. So, what is a modem? A modem—short for modulator-demodulator—is an electronic device that provides a communication interface, connecting your home network to the Internet through an Internet service provider. It encodes and decodes digital information that is sent and received, thus reproducing the original data.
KeywordsService Provider Network Connection Control Panel Internet Service Provider Window Vista
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