Channel bonding by a cable modem reduces WiFi congestion by combining multiple downstream and upstream channels, resulting in faster Wi-Fi. Learn more.
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How to choose the right cable modem/router for your home depends on your living situation and Internet needs. Learn more.
To get Wi-Fi in your home with a cable modem, you need to pair it with a Wi-Fi 6 or 802.11ac ready wireless router. Here’s the difference.
Should you choose a cable modem/router that supports OFDM or OFDMA? What is the difference? Here’s what you need to know.
Not all cable modems are supported by all Internet service providers (ISP). Before you buy, make sure yours is compatible with your service provider. Here are some tips.
Should you invest in your own Internet equipment and buy a router instead of renting one from your Internet service provider (ISP)? It depends on the cost and your preferences. Here are some pros and cons to help you decide.
This friendly, complete cable modem guide will answer your essential questions about cable modems, comparisons, compatibility and more FAQs that matter to you.
A cable modem is a type of modem that delivers broadband Internet service through the same cable that supplies cable television service called coaxial cables. Learn more about how it works.