This way you can easily understand optical fiber technology

This way you can easily understand optical fiber technology

One of the technologies that have revolutionized telecommunications technology is an optical fiber. Using it, data can be transmitted over long distances with less gluten.

Also, the data transfer rate in this technology is very high and even electric waves cannot affect it. That is why its use in the telecommunications sector is increasing.

Optical fibers can transmit data through light use materials such as plastic, glass, and silica. An optical fiber is about the size of a human hair.

The structure of the fiber is made up of three layers. In the middle of which is the core. This is how data is transmitted.

Cladding occurs outside the core. Which returns the data that is being reflected from the core back to the core.

It has a jacket on the outermost layer. Which protects the middle part i.e. the core. Its popularity is growing because it can exchange a lot of data without hassle and there is no data leakage.

If there is enough equipment, unlimited data can be exchanged through optical fiber cable only. DWDM tells you how many wavelengths to send to a fiber.

Speaking of practice, up to 512 wavelengths have been sent in one fiber. Thus, in a wavelength, devices have been developed to exchange data at a speed of 40 Gbps so far.

The Telecommunication Authority of Nepal (TAN) is constructing an information highway by operating an optical fiber network from Changtharpu in Panchthar to Jhulaghat in Baitadi using optical fiber technology through various service providers by mobilizing the Rural Telecommunication Development Fund.

Apart from this, the service providers have been providing optical fiber networks of different capacities on their own.