ADSL is a form of data transmission over a standard copper telephone wire, which enables fast internet speeds. An ADSL filter can split the line so internet surfing and voice calls can be achieved at the same time.
Bandwidth is how much data you can send through a connection. Usually bandwidth is measured
in bits-per-second (bps.)
kbps - (Kilo-Bits-Per-Second)
A measurement of how fast data is moved from one place to another.
Broadband speed is generally measured in kbps.
Broadband is a fast internet connection. Generally refers to connections
to the Internet with much greater bandwidth than you can get with
Any Internet connection using DSL or a via Cable-TV may be considered
a broadband connection.
Transferring data from a another computer or server to the computer
you are are using. The opposite of upload. Most common downloads
are films and music, but also, everytime we visit a website, it
involves the download of data. When purchasing internet packages
from your ISP, it is important to know the download limit and speed, as many ISP's offer a download limit of anything between 2GB and Unlimited.
Technically speaking, a million bytes. In many cases the term means
1024 kilobytes, which is a more than an even million. Megabytes are often seen as MB.
Fast Broadband or ADSL speed for most is paramount. Internet speed is measured in kbps and generally advertised by ISP's as MB, to make it easier for the consumer to measure and compare broadband connections and bandwidths.