Ideally fiber optic is the best choice for long-distance, point-to-point hardline communications. Because optical cables have low power loss, signals can be delivered over longer distances than in copper cables.
There is No other cable-based data transmission medium that can match with fiber's bandwidth. The amount of data transmitted via fiber optic cables per unit time is significantly more than that of copper lines. As one of the most professional fiber optic transceiver manufacturers in China, Grentech is waiting for your contact!
Traditional electrical transmission takes a comparatively longer time to transfer data as electrical noise errors will be resulting in communication speed decline whereas optical communication is not affected by noise, therefore signals can be transmitted more quickly.
The Internet, mobile phones, IP phones and other devices use networks to connect everyone to their region, to the entire country, and even to the global communications network. Signals from computers and mobile phones, for example, are received in the base stations of local carriers and network providers and are then transmitted around the world via optical fibres in undersea cables.
Because of its efficiency and high transmission capacity, fiber optic transmission is widely applied for data transmission and is progressively being employed in place of metal cables. Fiber optic cables have now indeed largely replacing copper twisted-pair cable or coaxial cable. Active components and passive components in electronics are an important part of optic transmission.
Certainly that as the use and demand for high bandwidth and fast speeds grow, fiber optic transmission will provide more options and will be continually developed and extended to meet future needs. Contact Grentech for more fiber transmission and optical fibre cost info!
Video, audio and control signals are generally transmitted through an electric wire made of copper.
In contrast, a method for sending these signals as optical signals and converting them back into electric signals on the receiver side is generally called "optical transmission" or "optical communication."
The optical signals are transmitted through an optical fiber. Conversion from electricity into the light is called "E/O conversion," and conversion from light back into electricity is called "O/E conversion."
We rely on them to transmit light signals over long distances. At the transmitting source, the light signals are encoded with data… the same data you see on the screen of a computer. So, the optical fiber transmits “data” by light to a receiving end, where the light signal is decoded as data.