Everything is Duplexing

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When you talk to someone on the phone typically someone makes a statement or asks a question then the other party responds. We take turns. You talk then I talk, then you talk then I talk – back and forth. That is also how many internet services and wireless communications work as well — they… Continue reading Everything is Duplexing

Fiber Picks Up Speed

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Our demand for data continues to grow and so to does the amount of data fiber optic networks can transmit. Phys.org reports on research completed by┬áNTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratories in Japan where they were able to fit 12 individual cores inside a standard diameter for fiber optics. Since the amount of data we… Continue reading Fiber Picks Up Speed