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What are Wireless Modems?

A wireless modem is a modem which connects to a wireless network instead of to the telephone system. When you connect with a wireless modem, you are attached directly to your wireless ISP (Internet Service Provider) and you can then access the Internet. Wireless modems operate at speeds comparable to dial up modems, not anywhere near the speed of broadband Internet connections.

When you combine a modem and wireless access point in one easy to install unit, it's easy to network all the computers, peripherals and game consoles in your home or small office. You'll soon have everyone sharing a single broadband Internet connection — along with files and pictures — behind the safety of a commercial-grade firewall.

Always on and always connected, the SBG900 offers a fast Internet connection, a secure network, and the convenience and flexibility of wireless Internet access — all in one! You'll surf the Internet at speeds up to 100 times faster than a traditional analog modem.* And whether you're online, doing homework, or working on important files, 802.11g wireless technology means you're not tied down with wires. Roam throughout your home or office — and even take your laptop computer out in the backyard (up to 1312 feet) — without losing your network connection. At the same time, the commercial-grade firewall will keep hackers and viruses from attacking your network.

Give your entire family or small office all the benefits of a secure wireless network with the SBG900 Wireless Cable Modem Gateway — your effortless broadband network solution.

When comparing download speeds with a traditional 28.8k analog modem. Actual speeds will vary, and are often less than the maximum possible. Upload and download speeds are affected by several factors including, but not limited to: network traffic and services offered by your cable operator or broadband service provider, computer equipment, type of server, number of connections to server, and availability of Internet router(s).


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