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High speed telecommunications networks have enabled nearly 3,405,565 of Connecticut residents to access information on health care, do business with overseas partners, and develop their social networks.

Read below to find out why high speed telecommunications are crucial in this vibrant age of information.

What is Connecticut High Speed Telecommunications?

High Speed Telecommunications or High-speed Internet access or "broadband" enables subscribers to gain access to the Internet and Internet-related services at notably higher speeds than those available through "dial-up" Internet access services.

Also, with high speed telecommunications your phone line is free; there is no dialing involved and you do not wait for dialup servers to respond. This saves a significant amount of time in the rush hour of today's vibrant world.

FCC or the Federal Communications Commission commonly describes high speed telecommunications services as data transmission speeds at more than 200 kilobits per second (Kbps), or 200,000 bits per second, in at least one route: download (receiving data from the Internet to your pc) or upload (sending data from your pc to the Internet).

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time division multiplexing (TDM) - A digital data transmission method that takes signals from multiple sources, divides them into pieces which are then placed periodically into time slots, transmits them down a single path and reassembles the time slots back into multiple signals on the remote end of the transmission.

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