Today, we are fortunate to have wired and wireless networks that can transmit large amounts of data in the blink of an eye. However, the bandwidth supply in some areas is insufficient, such as Schmallenberg-Oberkirchen in Germany. There, the reporter ran a test last December to see which one would be faster: The Internet, or a horse?
All in all, Germany faces the problem of different internet speeds All over the country. There are good high-speed fiber optic services in some areas. However, others who were deemed less important by the free market fought against the old copper telephone lines and subsequently experienced lower speeds.
Thus, the experiment kicked off from the photographer’s house [Klaus-Peter Kappest], He started to transfer 4.5GB of photos via the Internet. At the same time, a DVD was handed to the messenger who rode to a destination 10 kilometers away.The horse won a day, completed the journey in about an hour, and the transfer was over [Kappest’s] The copper wire connection is still crawling, only 61% completed.
Obviously, this is an easy test to play. Of course, the Internet connection can easily win greater distances.Similarly, we have all heard this sentence [Andrew Tanenbaum]: “Never underestimate the bandwidth of a station wagon full of tapes on the highway.”
especially, [Kappest’s] In fact, there is a fiber optic line in his basement, but bureaucracy hinders any attempt to connect it. Therefore, this stunt also attracts people’s attention to his plight and the plight of other people in Germany who are suffering from similar problems in this digital age.
The maximum speed of data transmission continues to rise; Australian research team A record of 44.2 TB per second was set last year. Of course, the difficult part is getting this technology to spread across the country. Let’s talk about the problems you encounter when establishing a strong connection with your home or office.