A telecommunications network/ broadcast communications system is an arrangement of computing and telecommunications assets (Specifically, a group of nodes and links) that is capable of carrying audio, visual, and data communications. The prime function of any telecommunications network is to provide efficient transmission of information from a point of origin to a point of termination.
It is a complete technical system for transmission of signals over a distance. There are various kinds of telecommunication networks that may have different construction and may use different technologies.
– e.g.: Telephone network, mobile network, computer network. A telephone call is the easiest way to understand the function.
There are various types of network structures that TCP/IP can be used across to efficiently route messages, for example:
Wide area networks (WAN)
Metropolitan area networks (MAN)
Internet area networks (IAN)
Campus area networks (CAN)
Virtual private networks (VPN)
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