Signal transmissions over long distances

Electrical signal transmission reaches its limits in large systems such as wind turbines or locks. Fiber optics enable interference-free and loss-free signal transmission. The arrangement consists of a transmitter, a receiver and a multimode fiber optic cable. The transmitter converts electrical signals into optical light pulses and transmits them over a distance of up to 3000 meters. These light waves are converted back into the original electrical signal form by the receiver.