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Tele Communication Networks

Telecommunication networks are transmission systems enabling information to be transmitted in analogue or digital form between various different sites by means of electromagnetic or optical signals. The information may consist of audio/video data or some other types of data. The networks are based either on wired or wireless infrastructures. Typical examples of telecommunication networks are the landline network, the mobile network, cable TV networks and the internet.

When several users of telecommunications media wish to communicate with one another, they must be organized into some form of network. Modern telecommunications networks avoid issues by establishing a linked network of switches, or nodes, such that each user is connected to one of the nodes. Each link in such a network is called a communications channel. Wire, fibre-optic cable, and radio waves may be used for different communications channels.

Fiber to the home

We deliver the FTTH installation with the use of optical fiber from a central point directly to individual buildings such as residences, apartment buildings and businesses to provide unprecedented high-speed Internet access. FTTHincreases the connection speeds available to users compared with technologies now used in most places. While FTTH promises connection speeds of up to 1Gbps, which isseveral times faster than a typical cable modem or DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) connection.
Growing demand for high speed internet drives the new access technologies which enable experiencing true broadband. We areseriously considering the high-volume roll-out of optical-fiber based access networks. Therefore, mosttelecommunication providers are currently withdrawing their legacy copper network, giving way to optical fiber networks. To allow faster connections, we get the optical fiber closer and closer to the subscriber which appears the most suitable choice for a long-term objective. We serve the clients wholly by optical fibers which will be easier to increase the bandwidth in the future for providing broadband services such as Video on demand, Online Gaming, HD TV and VoIP.