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Cooper Cabling is one of the two basic types of physical cabling media (the other being glass or fibre-optic cabling). Copper cabling is cheap and flexible, but it is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI), has limited range because of attenuation, and generates electromagnetic radiation that can be intercepted by nearby equipment. The types of copper cabling commonly used in networking include

Fibre optics, or optical fibres, are long, thin strands of carefully drawn glass about the diameter of a human hair. These strands are arranged in bundles called optical cables. We rely on them to transmit light signals over long distances.

At the transmitting source, the light signals are encoded with data the same data you see on the screen of a computer. So, the optical fibre transmits “data” by light to a receiving end, where the light signal is decoded as data. Therefore, fibre optics is actually a transmission medium – a “pipe” to carry signals over long distances at very high speeds.

Radio masts or towers are typically tall structures designed to support antennas for telecommunications and broadcasting, including television. There are two main types guyed and self-supporting structures. They are among the tallest human-made structures. Due to the rising popularity of handheld communication devices over the last 15 years, communication towers can now be located almost anywhere you look. However, it’s important to note that not all communication towers are the same. There are different types of communication towers that can be used to transmit wireless radio signals, depending on specific purpose.