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  Connection Speed (Approximate)
Content Size 14.4 kbps 28.8 kbps 56 kbps 1.5 mbps
Small graphics & animation 30 K 30 secs. 10 secs. 6 secs. 1 sec.
Small complete movie 100-200 K 100-200 secs. 50-100 secs. 20-40 secs. 1 sec.
Short video clip 500 K 500 secs. 120-240 secs. 90 secs. 3 secs.
Full-size movie 1 MB N/A N/A 180 secs. 6 secs.
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14MB N/A N/A 2520 secs. 3 mins.

Download times are approximate. Actual rates may vary, depending on line quality, how busy the server you are logged into is, how busy the server you are downloading from and how busy the Internet is in general.
Please check on the recommended download types of devices or way of transport to get this package. If you loose connection on any of the not recommended types. You will need to e-mail webmaster@stopthecop.com to gain access again!
 

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Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com 28.8 Modem - A modem that connects at a maximum throughput of 28.8Kbps. 28.8 modem speeds are considered barely adequate in the increasingly graphics-laden Internet.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com 33.6 Modem - A modem that connects at a maximum throughput of of 33.6Kbps. 33.6 modem speeds are considered barely adequate in the increasingly graphics-laden internet.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com 56.6 V.90 Modem - A modem that, despite its name, connects at a maximum of 53Kbps. V.90 refers to the standard used to communicate over voice phone lines. Two modems that use the same standard should, theoretically, be able to communicate without problems. The 53Kbps transfer rate is for downloads only; upload data travels at 33.6Kbps.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com 56K KFlex Modem - A modem that, despite its name, connects at a maximum of 53Kbps. KFlex refers to one of two competing standards (the other being X2) for 56K modems that has been made obsolete by the V.90 standard. The 53Kbps transfer rate is for downloads only; upload data travels at 33.6Kbps.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com 56K Leased Line - A telephone line that provides a dedicated data connection at 56Kbps.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com 56K X2 Modem - A modem that, despite its name, connects at a maximum of 53Kbps. X2 refers to one of two competing standards (the other being KFlex) for 56K modems that has been made obsolete by the V.90 standard. The 53Kbps transfer rate is for downloads only; upload data travels at 33.6Kbps.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com64K Leased Line - A telephone line that provides a dedicated data connection at 56Kbps.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com ADSL - Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line. ADSL transmits an asymmetric data stream with more speed for downloading data and less speed for uploading data. Oriented towards residential and home office users who generally download bigger files than they send. Commonly used for email, file transmission, browsing, and online purchasing.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com Cable Modem - A device that converts the data on cable wiring into networking data that a computer can understand. A cable modem typically uses the bandwidth provided by an unused television channel. Speed varies depending on how many subscribers are signed up in a particular area. The maximum is about 30Mbps, but more typical speeds are less than those of a 10Mbps Ethernet LAN.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com Download Speed - This is the maximum possible data transfer rate from the ISP down to your computer. On many xDSL services this will be faster than the upload speed. For the home/casual user this works well since they typically download more data than they upload.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com DS-3 - Digital Service, level 3. DS-3 is the more common name internationally for what is known as a T3 in the United States.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com DSL - Digital Subscriber Line. A network access technology that delivers always on, high-speed Internet access. DSL is designed to take advantage of that portion of the bandwidth which is not used by voice. There are many different types of DSL. The most common are ADSL, SDSL and IDSL.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com Fractional T1 - A T1 line (1.544Mbps) divided in increments of 64Kbps.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com Fractional T3 - A T3 line (44.736Mbps) divided in increments of typically 3Mbps.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com Frame Relay - A dedicated line for packet-switched data (i.e., network traffic). The name refers to a standard by which packet data is sent as frames that are relayed to their destination without any kind of conversion.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com High-Speed - Connection speeds greater than dial-up services. High-Speed connections range from 64Kbps single channel ISDN to 44MB-plus T3 connections. The most common High-Speed services are ISDN, xDSL, Cable, Frame Relay, T1 and T3.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com IDSL - IDSL is for locations that exceed the length requirements for ADSL or SDSL (more than about 3 miles from your phone company's central office). IDSL uses ISDN transmission coding, bundling together both ISDN channels and voice all on one circuit. IDSL is more expensive than DSL because you don't pay for bandwidth but for the equipment and installation which is not as widely used.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.comISDN (single/dual) - Integrated Service Digital Network. ISDN was designed for digital data and voice transmission. ISDN can have two 64Kbps channels--one for voice and one for data. The two channels can be combined to provide up to 128Mbps.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com OC-12 - Optical Carrier, level 12. OC-12 provides 622.08 Mbps.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com OC-3 - Optical Carrier, level 3. OC-3 is the equivalent of three DS-3, or T3, lines or 155.52 Mbps.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com T1 - A 1.544Mbps telephone line that is made up of 24 64Kbps lines. The name comes from the telecommunications committee that designed it.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com T3 - A 44.736Mbps telephone line made up of 28 T1 lines.

Brown Bullet on Stop the Cop.com xDSL - The DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line. The 'x' stands for any number of variations on the technology. The most common in the United States is Asymmetric DSL, or ADSL. The Asymmetric designation means that the technology provides different upload and download speeds. A variant called HDSL, for High bit rate DSL, is already widely used to provide T1 lines. The DSL technology makes it possible to use the excess capacity in standard copper telephone lines to carry network traffic. The speed varies, depending on how far the user is from the nearest switching station. It can theoretically provide up to 8Mbps, but more typically provides something less than 2Mbps

 

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