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New channel for telecom German companies

New channel for German telecom companies that is doing business sustainably and saving resources! BREKO Purchasing Group has now a new channel for network companies, members of this group. A B2B marketplace focused on sustainability, that offers telecom network products … Read More

Fiber optic connectors

Fiber optic connectors have different classifications when they are single-mode fiber or multimode fiber, however SC, LC, ST and FC are connectors that are adaptable to both fiber types. Below, you’ll see most common connectors. SC Fiber Optic Connector    … Read More

Splitters in Coaxial Networks

While fiber is trendy in greenfields, coaxial still the most rational and economical option for brownfields, because the technology will continue to involve up to 10Gbps connectivity in the next years. Besides the good bandwidth, the coaxial network allows a great … Read More

Top 3 questions about Fiber

Why use light for telecommunications?   Why transmit data using light instead of, for example, electric pulses? Simple: light is really fast. The speed of light in a vacuum is some 300,000 kilometers per second, and just one-third slower, or about 200,000 … Read More

Application of RG Drop Cables and Most Common Ones

Coaxial cables are used in high frequency transmission, especially for transmitters and receivers, computers, radio and TV transmissions. There are different types of coaxial cables that differ according to the purpose of use. Here you’ll find a short description about RG cables.  What … Read More

Wireless Network

Wireless Network   The term wireless is used to describe telecommunications in which electromagnetic waves carry the signal over part or all the communication path i.e., there’s no need for any cable. In wireless transmission, the medium used is the air … Read More

Coaxial Network and its benefits

Coaxial Network    Hybrid Fiber-Coaxial network (HFC), also called coaxial network, is the telecommunication network architecture that combines fiber cable and coaxial cable to carry broadband content to users. Coaxial cable was invented by Oliver Heaviside, who patented the design in … Read More

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