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Higher bandwidth

Fibre  optic  cable an  support  dramatically higher bandwidths than  either   twisted pair or  coaxial  cable currently data rates  and bandwidth utilization over fiber optic  cable are limited not by the medium  but by  the signal generation and  reception technology  available.

 

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