How Does Fiber Optics Work ?
The Fiber Optics works by utilizing 3 steps. A transmitter, optical regenerator and the optical receiver. The transmitter is very important because it makes it possible for the light signal to travel through the Fiber Cable. The transmitter focuses light into the glass threads in the cable to start the light transmitting process. The data is sent to the transmitter to focus the data trying to be transferred in the form of light and the transmitter focuses that light containing the data into the glass threads where it begins its transfer. Next the optical regenerator receives the data signal and boosts it so that the light signal makes it to its destination at full strength. Lastly, the optical receiver, which decodes the message and sends the light signal to whatever electronic device you are using so that the device can understand the data.