Advantages and Disadvantages of External and Internal Modem

Definition Modem
Definition of Internal and External Modem

External Modem
Advantages:
  1. Portability is good enough so to be easily removable for use on another computer.
  2. There should be no expansion slots are sacrificed so that it can be used for other purposes, particularly if used mainboard provides few expansion slots.
  3. External modems are equipped with an indicator light that allows us to monitor the status of the modem.
Disadvantages:
  1. More expensive than the internal modem.
  2. Need a separate place to put it though small.
Advantages and Disadvantages of External and Internal Modem


Internal Modem
Advantages:
  1. More efficient place.
  2. More economical in terms of price.
  3. Does not require an adapter, having been installed in the CPU.
  4. Seem more compact system without a lot of wiring that could give the impression milling less neat.
Disadvantages:
  1. The absence of indicators as can be found on the external modem. Consequently rather difficult to monitor the status of the modem (though it can be done through software).
  2. Does not use its own voltage source to be fed from the power supply to the CPU.
  3. Can increase the temperature of the CPU box. Because of the heat effect of the components in the circuit internal modem.
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