Telecommunication refers to the transmission of information over wire, radio, optical and other electromagnetic systems. This is a broad term that includes a wide range of information-transmitting technologies and communications infrastructures, such as wired phones; mobile devices, such as cell phones; microwave communications; fiber optics; satellites; radio and television broadcasting; the internet; and telegraphs.
Communication Cables - A communication cable is an electrical cable used to send information signals and is most commonly found as coaxial, fiber optic, data & ethernet, and twisted wire pairs.
Communication Equipment - the equipment, systems, switches and lines used in connection with voice, data and other communications activities.
Corded Telephones - A telephone that has a handset wired to a base unit, which either sits on a table or desk or is wall mounted.
Cordless Telephones - Cordless phones are a great invention as it gives freedom to walk around the house while talking.
Fiber Optic Equipment - A fiber-optic cable, also known as an optical-fiber cable, is an assembly similar to an electrical cable, but containing one or more optical fibers that are used to carry light.
Fixed Wireless Terminals - devices that use a wireless communications link as the 'last mile' connection for delivery of plain old telephone service and/or broadband Internet service to customers
PBX - A private branch exchange is a telephone system within an enterprise that switches calls between users on local lines, while enabling all users to share a certain number of external phone lines.
Phone Cards - a prepaid card which allows the user to make phone calls up to a specified number of units using a cardphone.
Repeater - incorporated in networks to expand its coverage area. They are also known as signal boosters
Telecom parts, accessories, cords, headsets - Fuses, VoIP Products, WiFi Finder and Wireless Networking Equipment are all products used in the telecommunications industry