It has taken many years for fiber optics to be used to their full potential for telecommunication services.
1.How are fiber optic transmission sent?
To understand the benefits of fiber for telecommunications purposes, let’s explain how transmissions are sent;
(1)An optical signal is created using a transmitter.
(2)The signal is relayed via the fiber, ensuring the signal is not distorted or diminished.
(3)The signal is received and converted into an electrical signal.
2.How has fiber changed telecommunication today?
Since the establishment of the first fiber WAN in Essex in the U.K in 1978, fiber has slowly developed, grown and in some instances, completely replaced traditional copper based telecommunications services.
Quite simply, fiber is a more efficient means of transmitting telecommunications signals (data and voice). Signals are sent by light over fibers made of glass, as opposed to copper wire.
“Fiber optic communication is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending pulses of light through an optical fiber. The light forms an electromagnetic carrier wave that is modulated to carry information.”
Fiber based internet and communications are certainly more effective in today’s Information Age, where the demand to receive information faster and in a variety of digital mediums is in high demand.
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