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

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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

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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

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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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Structured Cabling System

A structured cable system is a telecommunications cable infrastructure that consists of several smaller elements called subsystems that offer a comprehensive telecommunications infrastructure. This system makes up the LAN (local area network) within a commercial building for transmitting data. There … Read More

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All about fiber network

What is FFTx? FTTx fiber stands for Fiber to the X, a generic term used for any broadband network architecture using optical fiber to provide all or part of the local loop. It can be to the clients’ house (FTTH) or … Read More

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Tech trends for 2020

Nowadays, technology is part of our daily routine and we can’t deny it. Technology is always changing and with the implementation of 5G we will dive more into the digital world. Learn the about the new technology trends… Read More

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Fiber optical Christmas tree

Fiber optical Christmas trees are the new trend of artificial Christmas trees. With no need of additional lights, these trees provide an economical way to have a tree that is different from all that you have seen. They are made of branches of… Read More

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Multimode Fiber (MMF)

There are two types of modes used on fiber network: single mode fiber (SMF) and multi-mode (MMF). The major difference between them is related to bandwidth and speed of transmission. The Multi-mode cable is considered a “domestic” fiber cable… Read More

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Single Mode Fiber (SMF)

In fiber optic communications, a single mode optical fiber (SMF) is an optical fiber designed to carry light only directly to the fiber, as you can see in the image, it’s called the transverse mode. This mode defines how the wave is distributed in… Read More

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