A telecommunication network is a network of arcs (telecommunications links) and nodes (switches, routers, etc.), set up in such a way that messages can be transmitted from one end of the network to the other through multiple links. The links of a telecommunications network can be made using hierarchical transmission systems. Telecom network is also a set of computer equipment and materials linked together by transmission channels and allowing the sharing of resources and the exchange of data under Collected.Reviews. A telecommunication network is managed using network management software.
Examples of telecommunications networks are:
- Television network.
- Computer network.
- Mobile phone network.
- Switched telephone network.
- Integrated services digital network (ISDN).
- FTTH network (optical fiber to the home).
- The public land mobile telephone network.
- The worldwide Telex network.
- The ACARS aeronautical network.
- The Antares network of the French civil security.
- The Internet network.
Here are seven (7) Characteristics Telecommunications Networks Share in Common.
1. The Control Software:
This is responsible for controlling the activities and functions of the network. The information that passes through various telecom networks needs software to support it.
2. The Processors:
Telecommunication processors are needed to convert the signals into a usable format (that is, whether … Read More...