Telecommunication has become an integral part of modern societies. The thrifty success of the modern world is only possible due to a good telecommunication infrastructure. Communication is considered as one of the strong physical infrastructure for various industrial sectors. It is obvious that the absence of telecommunication would spell havoc to the various industrial activities. Overseas communication has become very prevalent and easier than earlier days due to the modern telecommunication technique. Telecommunication is the broadcast of signals over a distance for the objective of communication. The traditional process of communication involved smoke signals, drums and semaphore, but the modern communication technique today involves the transmittal of electromagnetic waves by electronic transmitters. The most common devices that are used for the communication process such as television, radio and telephone are connected by a huge arrangement of networks, including computer networks, public telephone networks, radio networks and television networks. The most predominant way of communication used now-a-days is the computers. Some common examples of computer communication are the Internet, e-mail, and instant messaging service.
Most of the telecommunication systems are designed by telecommunication engineers. The major contributors to the domain of telecommunications include Alexander Bell who invented the telephone, John Logie Baird who concocted the television and Guglielmo Marconi who first demonstrated transatlantic radio communication. The main components of a telecommunication system engross a transmitter, a transmission medium, and a receiver. The transmitter absorbs the information and converts it to a signal for transmission. Transmission medium is a channel of communication or an intermediate over which the signal is transmitted. The receiver is a device that receives and converts back the received signal into utilizable information. So the basic concept of telecommunication is that a signal is transmitted by a transmitter through a transmission medium and is received by the receiver which then converts the data into useful information. The principle of telecommunication includes analogue-to-digital conversion of data and vice-versa.
Some common examples of telecommunication are radio, mobile phones, television, etc. In the case of radio broadcast, the broadcast tower is the transmitter, the radio set is the receiver and the free space is the transmission medium. Mobile phones are called transceivers because these devices act as both a transmitter and receiver. Telecommunication over a phone line is called point-to-point communication because it is between one transmitter and one receiver; telecommunication through radio broadcasts is called broadcast communication because it is between one powerful transmitter and numerous receivers.
Now-a-days many countries are shifting from analogue to digital broadcasting. The main advantage of digital broadcast over analogue broadcast is that they eliminate noise and distortion from the signal since digital signals are converted to binary data (1, 0) upon reception and hence small agitations do not affect the final output.
KoreOne provides plenty of telecommunication staffing. We meet the exact requirement of the employers and provide them skilled and talented telecommunication engineers. KoreOne fulfills the requirement of both employers and job-seekers.