Differences Between Hot Spots & Broadband Cards?

Answer Hot spots and broadband cards both relate to wireless internet usage, though in very different ways. A hot spot provides a wireless internet signal, while a broadband card is an upgrade used on som... Read More »

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The Differences Between Verizon Broadband and DSL?

Verizon offers two different Internet connection types for in-home use. While DSL and FiOS broadband Internet offers wired and wireless routers, they are each very different in terms of execution. ... Read More »

What are the differences between broadband and baseband?

Baseband Signalling: 1)Uses digital signalling 2)No frequency-division multiplexing 3) Bi-directional transmission 4)Signal travels over short distances Broadband Signalling: 1)Uses analog signalli... Read More »

What frequency do broadband cards run on?

The frequency at which a broadband card runs varies, depending on the company and your location. In the United States, for example, Sprint, Verizon, AT&T and Alltel provide a frequency of either 80... Read More »

How Much Are Sprint USB Broadband Cards Without a Contract?

The Sprint mobile broadband USB card is priced at $249.99 at the regular no contract price. Sprint offers an instant savings of $150 and a $50 mail-in rebate for those who carry a contract with Spr... Read More »