Fibre optics

Fibre optics, also known as optical fiber, is a transmission medium used for transmitting data, voice, and video signals over long distances at high speeds. It consists of thin strands of glass or plastic fibers that carry light signals generated by lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Fibre optics offer advantages such as high bandwidth, low latency, immunity to electromagnetic interference, and long-distance transmission capabilities, making them ideal for telecommunications, networking, and internet infrastructure.