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Telecommunication: Then and Now How important is telecommunications to the economy and to the society at large, or to what extent are consumers likely to benefit directly from telecommunications research in terms of new products and services that enhance their lives or improve their effectiveness or productivity? Is there any scope for innovation left for telecommunications or has it reach a point of maturity that now it is merely a commodity service or a mere technology? Well, we know that most of who are reading this page are consumers already, and therefore you know that the telecommunication industry plays a very crucial role in maintaining a strong economic and social order, and that a resilient telecommunication research capability is essential to the health of our changing world. A long time ago, before there was internet and other data networks, people used the telegraph, two-way radios, and the telephone in order to communicate to people at a distance by voice, and the way the services were provided were through the public switched telephone network.
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Then facsimile and data services were place on top of these switched telephone network so as to add its ability to communicate documents and data at a distance. Since this is the communication of documents from a distance, it still falls under telecommunication. This type of communication were also carried over the switch boards.
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More recently, of course, communication at a distance has expanded to include data transport, video conferencing, e-mail, instant messaging, Web browsing, and various other forms of distributed collaboration. It is also important to note that these media transmission was at first carried through copper wires then has expanded to include microwave, terrestrial wireless, satellite, hybrid fiber/ coaxial cable, and broadband fiber transport. In other words, the technology used for telecommunication has changed greatly over the last fifty years. We now see that the industry is broader than it was in the past. The industry now includes multiple service providers including telephone companies, cable system operators, internet service providers, wireless carrier, and satellite operators. The telecom industry now also includes software based applications emphasizing on communication and intermediate layers of software incorporated into end-to-end communication services. If we will broadly define what telecommunication is today, it means that every layer involved in communication at a distance is part of the telecommunication industry. Facility based telecommunications providers today serve commercial and residential customers connecting them with a single line to some of the largest private companies. These telecommunications providers also offer VoIP plans, cloud phone systems and many other applications that will cater to the needs of our economy and our social system.