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Features: Motorola's easy-to-use SB6141 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem unlocks the potential of offering innovative high-bandwidth data and multimedia services to customers.
Utilizing the power of DOCSIS 3.0, the SB6141 enables channel bonding of up to eight downstream channels and four upstream channels, which allows an operator to offer its customers advanced multimedia services with data rates of over 300 Mbps for received data and over 100 Mbps when sending data.
Data Protocol: TCP/IP
Dimensions: 5.24" x 5.24" x 1.65"
Input Power: North America 105 to 125 VAC, 60 Hz
Modulation: 64 or 256 QAM
Capture Bandwidth: Dual 96 MHz Capture windows
Bandwidth: DOCSIS <= 48 MHz, EuroDOCSIS <= 64 MHz
Operating Level Ran...
Features: Cable Modem+N450WiFi Router in 1
Cable Internet download speeds up to 340 Mbps
Compatible with U.S. Cable Internet Providers (ISPs) like Cablevision, Charter, Cox, Time Warner Cable, Xfinity, and more
Built in Docsis 3.0 modem-8times faster than Docsis 2.0
Four Gigabit Ethernet ports
Live Parental Control
Features: Designed to meet DOCSIS 2.0 specifications
Backward compatible with DOCSIS 1.1 and 1.0 networks
Support for up to 64 users (1 USB port user and up to 63 users on user-supplied Ethernet hubs)
Enhanced bi-directional performance maximizes data throughout
Power: 100-120 VAC/50-60 Hz, 12 VDC/1 A desktop style linear-switching power supply
Dimensions: 1.5" x 4.0" x 5.25"
Weight: 9 oz.
Features: Power: 12 VDC/1 A, 100-120 VAC / 50-60 Hz, desktop style linear switching power supply, North America
-Operating Frequency Range: 88 to 1002 MHz or 108 to 1002 MHz
-Tuner Frequency Range: 88 to 1002 MHz
-Tuner: (2) Frequency agile block tuners, 32 MHz bandpass each
-Demodulation: 8 demodulators, 4 per tuner, each demodulator; 64 QAM or 256 QAM
-Maximum Data Rate:
8 downstream channels, each 6 MHz channel: 42.88 Mbps for 256 QAM and 30.34 Mbps for 64 QAM
-Bandwidth: 6 MHz
-Operating Level Range: -15 to +15 dBmV
-Input Impedance: 75 ohms
-Operating Frequency Range: 5 to 42 MHz, 5 to 65 MHz or 5 to 85 MHz
-Transmitter Frequency Range: 5 to 42 MHz, 5 to 65 MHz or 5 to 85 MHz
Features: Wireless: 802.11n/g/b, 2X2 MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output)
Network addressing: IPv4 and IPv6
DHCP Server and Client
NAT (Network Address Translation)
IP fragmentation and reassembly
NTP (Network Time Protocol)
Port Forwarding/DMZ support
RIP V1 and V2
Support for up to 253 client devices
Quality of Service (QoS) support
Wireless networking and security:
Compliant with IEEE 802.11n, g and b standards
Up to 300 Mbps wireless data rate
2 X 2 Transmit/Receive, MIMO
2.4 GHz - 2.484 GHz frequency range, ISM Band
Wireless Distribution System (WDS)
Wireless Multimedia (WMM/WME)
64/128 bit Wired Equivalency Protection (WEP) with Pass Phrase
If you're reading this, chances are you're connected to a modem someplace, or have been in the last 24 hours. These devices bring us television, internet, news and entertainment. Depending on the strength and caliber of the device, these signals can be boosted or hobbled, so buying a good modem can bring you a better media experience.
There is a variety of services available that provide internet and other media to home and professional users, but the boxes they provide usually aren't the top of the line. A standard modem will carry a 6MHz signal just fine, but upstream data won't travel as well from a sub-par device as it could from some of the top models.
Cable modems work best for those receiving their service through a television or multi-service provider, though in some cases a DSL modem is necessary. These carry TV, internet and even phone with a single connection, and the higher the demand for a device, the stronger it needs to be.
Some of the best modems offer up to 24Mbps download speed with 2Mbps upload streams as well. All providers will carry a slower upload speed, regardless of brand or carrier, as it's largely assumed that we're downloading a significant amount more than we're sending back to the web. That speeds up the process, though, making room for the utility most users want most. These devices also will usually have at least one Ethernet port, though some are USB compatible. LED lights on the exterior of the case aren't standard, but purchasing a modem with this feature will help assist with diagnostic tests if a problem should arise.
Whether you have standard, cable or DSL service, a modem is essential for receiving internet. The stronger the device, the better your surfing will be.