Optical Communications and Networking

Optic networking is a means of communication that uses signals decoded in light to transmit information in colourful types of telecommunications networks. These include limited range original- area networks( LAN) or wide- area networks( WAN), which cross metropolitan and indigenous areas as well as long- distance public, transnational and transoceanic networks. It's a form of optic communication that relies on optic amplifiers, spotlights or LEDs and surge division multiplexing (WDM) to transmit large amounts of data, generally across fibre- optical lines. Because it's able of achieving extremely high bandwidth, it's an enabling technology for the Internet and telecommunication networks that transmit the vast maturity of all mortal and machine- to- machine information.

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