The installation of optical fibre to a junction box (node) in a neighborhood (business area) that serves a few hundred customers within a radius of about a mile. The connections from the node to the customer premises often use copper over existing telephone wires or coaxial cable (DOCSIS) from the cable company. Fibre to the node (FTTN) is one of several options for providing telecommunications services to multiple destinations. Fibre to the node helps to provide broadband connection and other data services through a common network box, which is often called a node.
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line)
DSL uses the same wires as your telephone to provide a high-speed internet connection. You most likely already have telephone wires in your home or business, so there’s no new wiring needed to install. The only piece of equipment needed is a DSL modem, which DSL internet providers will provide when setting up your DSL service. Signals are sent from the internet service provider through the phone line to the modem. The device receives the signals and converts them to the signal you need to use the internet. There are many advantages to using DSL internet, especially if you’re concerned with the slow download speeds of dial-up. DSL internet connections are much faster and are often more cost-effective since the wires needed are already present. Installation is quick and easy — just plug the modem into a phone jack.
EOC (Ethernet over cable)
Coax, short for coaxial, is a type of cable used to transmit data, the internet, video and voice communications. A coax cable is made up of an aluminum and copper shield with an outer plastic jacket with the dielectric insulator helping to minimize signal loss.With the same reliability and speed that allows coax to effectively transmit voice and television signals, it’s also been a service many businesses depend on for internet access.
Coax cable internet is a common cable connection many providers use. The way coax internet works is by sending a data signal through your coax cable to the modem at your location. The modem’s Ethernet connection to your computer is what transmits that data, giving you high-speed internet access. One unique feature of coax is its asymmetric speeds, meaning that uploading speeds are much faster than downloading speeds
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Fibre internet is a broadband connection that runs on light signals from bundled fibre-optic cabling, delivering gigabit upload and download speeds.
In telecommunications, fibre optic technology has virtually replaced copper wire in long-distance telephone lines, and it is used to link computers within local area networks.  slightly thicker than that of a human hair.
Fibre internet reaches speeds up to 10,000 Mbps, most fibre providers offer various speeds.
Data suggests that customers are generally more satisfied with fibre compared to more common connections like cable and DSL internet.
Fibre optic cables provide more bandwidth for carrying more data than copper cables of the same diameter. Fibre optic cables can carry signals at speeds that are slightly slower than the speed of light. This is faster than Cat5 E or Cat6 copper cables. There is also less signal degradation with fibre cables.
Finally, Fibre is not affected by temperature changes, weather and humidity, all of which can cause problems with the connectivity of copper cable. Fibre does not use electric current, so it’s not impacted by electromagnetic interference.
Fixed wireless is the typical form of internet deployed in areas with no fibre internet infrastructure, mainly rural areas. Fixed wireless internet is broadcast from towers through airwaves to receivers that the service provider will have installed on the user’s property. For fixed wireless internet connections to work, the receiver needs to be within around 10 miles from the service provider’s tower.
High-end fixed wireless employs broadband modems that bypass the telephone system and offer internet access hundreds of times faster than twisted-pair hard-wired telephone connections or cell-phone connection modems. Fixed wireless technology is reliable in all kinds of weather. It can provide faster symmetrical internet service that support VOIP, VPN and other internet services.

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