56k into broadband

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AreaOneZero

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I was just wondering if it was possible to do the following:

Replace the data line in a 56k line from the 4 wires ( i think im wrong here , I did no research ) so that more data is capable of transferring thus making the data transfer into broadband.
Now one would replace the " data line " with line from coax all the way down to the main connection , the hardwire outside of the home.Sure I will probably electocute my ass into "people who are dumbasses Heaven " , so I probly wont be attempting this , thats my im keeping it at a theory state.So hopefully you , the members of this forum get what the hell im talking about and might have some answer for this , its been in my head for a long time now!
 

Martin

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A while back, I did have a modem which was capable of making theoretically, a 112Kbps connection over two phone lines (pretty much two 56k modem's stacked together on one board), but I find that more expensive than paying just for broadband.

I don't really think it's really worth it, if that method at all exists, to tamper with your phone line just to make a synthetic speed gain, but me just says, just pay for broadband. If you can afford the computer you just paid for, which you are using, then I assume you can at least pay $35-50 for a cable modem or DSL connection, assuming it's in your budget range.
 

neb1211

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yeah by the time you pay for the extra phone line and isp it would come out about the same
 

Shakie

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I am just curious... why would you want to do this? Is broadband not an option in your area?
 
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