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HOW FIBER OPTIC CABLES ARE USED

by Sonali Mishra Human Resource Executive

Fiber optic cables are a part of the infrastructure that powers modern networking technologies. These cables contain fibers of glass and transmissions of light to deliver data from point to point. This revolutionized a number of industries and fields, allowing for benefits such as a far greater range of data transfer without degradation of signal strength.

Since their introduction, fiber optics have begun to displace traditional metallic cables like copper. While older cables are still used in some limited areas, fiber has become the new standard due to the range, speed, and even reduced infrastructure costs. However, just how prevalent is the humble fiber optic cable in the modern world?

Cable Television:

Cable television is one of the more prominent uses of fiber optics. These services feature from the increase in bandwidth and transfer speed, allowing for crisper, higher definition visuals and audio. The transmissions are also less likely to suffer from interference from external sources, provided the cable itself remains intact.

Originally, copper wires were used for these cables. These became displaced due to the cheaper cost of fiber, along with the other benefits. Copper has a slower speed and there is a risk of the signal being degraded over distance, forcing more infrastructure to maintain the signal strength.

Internet Access:

Most people will be familiar with fiber optics due to the internet. In some areas, providers are upgrading existing connections to fiber optics to provide a better service. These provide stable, high-speed internet speeds in various areas. The cables used are also lighter, less bulky than the older copper ones, though you sacrifice a small degree of flexibility in the process.

The biggest benefit of using fiber optics for the internet is the same as in cable television. This new technology boasts a far greater data transmission and bandwidth, opening users up for higher speeds than were previously possible. This, combined with the stability of the transmission, has resulted in a smoother, more enjoyable web surfing experience.

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About Sonali Mishra Senior     Human Resource Executive

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Joined APSense since, June 13th, 2019, From Delhi, India.

Created on Sep 25th 2019 02:43. Viewed 355 times.

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