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Analogue transimion and the internet

By sven ·
What is the exact nature if the signal, transmitted by and recieved by a modem (band width type of signal etc.)?

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by dgd1476 In reply to Analogue transimion and t ...

A modem is a modulator\demodulator which converts an analog signal from a plain old telephone system(POTS or PSTN)to a digital signal that a computer can understand and vice versa when it transmits.

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by sven In reply to Analogue transimion and t ...

I'm trying to get more information about the analogue signal. I've been told that, depending on the ISP, the transmitted signal can be either FM or AM but require an expansion of the entire concept.

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by estebandelatorre In reply to Analogue transimion and t ...

No analog singals allowed in the internet!
It works only with digital singal, using a standart protocol suit called TCP/IP.
In order to transmit analog sources trought internet, you will need to modulate first the signal, and then demodulte it, atthe receive point.
That's what a MODEM do with an analog telephone line.

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