IOT relies on WIFI to transmit data, however, WIFI cannot transmit data over long distances. All long-distance data transmission and communication must via the optical front network. And the evolving of IOT or 5G relies on the fiber optic network.

What is fiber internet

Fiber-optic lines consist of glass or plastic cables which transmits data using pulses of light (in description of 0,1) that travel across fiber cables at speeds approaching the speed of light. Since light nearly does not decay in fiberglass if the cables are not bend , over sag, or unproperly joint.

What is Copper Internet

It works by sending an electrical signal down a copper cable. Electrical signal is a sort of energy signal which attenuate in copper wire because of energy transfer lost. Fiber Internet is faster than copper connections because fiber-optic cables can transmit data far faster than copper cables, and cost lower.

What is WI-FI

Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that uses electrical magnetic radio waves A common misconception is that the The Wi-Fi radio in your Network Box operates on the following frequencies and protocols: Models GFRG100 and GFRG110: 5 GHz: 802.11a/n. 2.4 GHz: 802.11b/g/n. that refers to IEEE 802.11x standards. Wireless to provide wireless high-speed Internet access.

What is Internet of Thing

The internet of things, or IoT, is a wireless connection protocol of interrelated computing devices, sensing equipment, PLC, Robot, weighing system, and digital machines, smart phones, valve controllers, household appliances, that used to transfer data and on-off instruction over a network. IOT can be a system of animal breeding, planting that has built-in sensors, an smart home or HVAC system that can be assigned an Internet Protocol (IP) address.

Fiber Drop

In order to connect to network services, a fiber-optic line (“drop”) is required. A drop can be access to a fiber enclosure or cassettes while we are constructing the network.

Fiber Splicing

After fiber-optic cable has been pulled through the bored conduit and the fiber enclosure is in place at fiber handhole or pedestal, each end of the fiber is the spliced (“fused”) together from the enclosure, to a handhole vault, and then to a node for continuous connection on broadband network. The connection allows end users to receive high speed broadband services.


After the network has been built, fiber tests the connection to ensure it’s performing normally.

What are Fiber Handholes and Fiber Pedestals

Fiber handholes and fiber pedestals offer environmental protection to fiber components, which prevent the vandalism from rodents, insects, and damage from extreme weather, prevent unwanted access and allows maintenance.

Fiber Optic Infrastructure means fiber optic cable (fiber), conduit, patch cords, splice vaults, electric service, cabinets, miscellaneous devices or components installed as part of this agreement.  FiberKnct offers product solutions of fiber handhole vaults, Telecom pedestals, cabinets, conduits for common fiber optic network expanding projects.