Transmission equipment

Transmission equipment refers to hardware used mainly for telecommunications. This includes transmission lines, multiplexers and base transceiver stations. With the explosion of the telecoms industry, transmission equipment also came to encompass types of communication technologies including telephones, radios and even computers. The most common type of transmission equipment includes public switching equipment like analogue and digital equipment, transmission equipment like transmission lines, base transceiver stations, multiplexers, satellites, etc. and customer premises equipment like private switches, modems, routers, etc. Every single industry with a telecoms infrastructure relies on transmission equipment from the medical to automotive field, from home to small business. Transmission equipment has become embedded into the modern age.

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  1. Base transceiver stations
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    An essential piece of equipment in the telecommunication industry, base transceiver stations are essential for enabling wireless communication between a user and a network. A Base transceiver station consists of an antenna and the radio equipment necessary to communicate by radio with a Mobile Station. Everyone with a mobile phone or computer relies on base transceiver stations.

  2. Local loops
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    A local loop is the physical entity that connects customer to service provider by looping the customer’s premises right to the edge of the telecommunications service provider’s network. Every industry with a telecommunications infrastructure relies on the local loop (or circuit) to get connected.

  3. Multiplexers
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    Multiplexers increase the amount of data that can be sent over one network by selecting one of several analogue or digital input signals and pushing it along a line. Thanks to the multiplexer it’s possible for different signals to share just one device, which has really revolutionised not just the telecommunications industry but also the engineering and music business.

  4. Optical fiber
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    Optical fibers are replacing cooper wires in communication where they have been proven to be far superior in the transmitting over longer distances at higher bandwidth, with less interruptions from outside noise. Commonly used in telecommunications, optical fibers also service universities, office plants, industrial plant and utility companies.

  5. Transmission lines
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    In the communications and electronics engineering world, transmissions lines is a term used to define the cables that carry radio frequencies. Simply put, the transmission lines are used to connect a receiver and transmitter to an antenna. They are so common in the everyday home, that any time we plug an electrical device in the wall we are making use of transmission lines.

  6. Other
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    Other products that didn't quite fit into any of the above categories.