Fiber Broadband: New Technology for Home Internet Stores

Fiber Broadband: New Technology for Home Internet Stores

Fiber technology in the field of communications is a breakthrough, it is still about the news how the Internet 10 times faster than DSL. When it was first commercialized in the 1980s, it was primarily used by telephone companies and businesses.

Now in the Internet age, people have been asking for faster Internet and larger bandwidth and fiber proved to be much better than traditional cable and DSL technology. Today, all Internet service providers offer fiber-based Internet fiber solutions.

As demand for faster and more stable Internet continues to grow, consumer fiber broadband packets reach 700 Mbps and are still being developed to improve their capabilities. In 2014, there was a report on a new technology that enabled fiber to send data at a rate of up to 21 times its current capacity.

Is referred to as a “multi-core fiber”, which is compared with “turning a one-way road into a seven-lane highway” because the fiber bundle usually has an optical signal through the core. In multi-core fibers, the fiber has a plurality of cores, in which an optical signal can be transmitted, thereby increasing the rate at which data can be transmitted.

So far, it is still under development, but based on the January 2008 issue of Lightwave Technology Magazine, they have expected it to be a good candidate to overcome the current capacity constraints of optical communication systems.

In fiber-optic broadband, like any other broadband type, it is necessary to regenerate the transmitted signal because it deteriorates from the copper to the glass, weakening the signal or generating noise and distortion, making it unreliable.

In order to do so, the device must repeat the signal every few hundred miles. For fiber, this happens every 60 miles. But in 2015, the researchers were able to find a way to improve the accuracy of the data through the frequency comb, which uses accurate and evenly spaced signals to encode the information before the information was transmitted so that they could be transmitted over a longer distance Data, without the need for data to be regenerated.

This will also increase the capacity of the transmitted data and is said to be less expensive than other networks because of the need to update the optical signal.
Another pending advance in fiber broadband technology is the increase in the rate of information sent by coding modulation. The report, published in 2016, represents the creation of so-called “superchannels” by sending different pulses of different frequencies, while capturing a wide range of frequencies through special receivers, a similar technique for organizing wireless signals, Can increase the speed data up to 1.125Tbps.

This is 50,000 times faster than the average broadband speed. So far, this technology has not been applied, but it is said that the university of London scientists have developed a new fiber optic equipment.


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