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Practically immune to weather-based interruptions.


Symmetrical upload and download speeds up to 1,000 megabits per second.


With so much bandwidth to go around, data limits are unneccessary.

How Fiber Works

Fiber has had a long history of being the backbone of the telecommunications industry. It's been used for decades to connect cities, countries, and continents. Now, it's finally being used to connect homes and businesses. With the full power of fiber, you can enjoy the fastest speeds available that were previously only available specialized businesses, and the most reliable connection possible.

Wire to Fiber: In the first stage, electrical signals carrying data are converted into light signals using an optical transmitter. This process involves the modulation of the electrical signals into a format suitable for optical transmission. The optical transmitter typically uses a laser diode or a light-emitting diode (LED) to generate light pulses that represent the encoded data. This conversion from electrical to optical signals is a crucial step in preparing the data for transmission through the fiber optic cable.

Down the road: Once the data is converted into light signals, they are sent into the fiber optic cable for transmission. The fiber optic cable consists of bundled optical fibers, which are extremely thin strands made of glass or plastic. These fibers act as the transmission medium for the light signals. The light pulses are launched into the fiber optic cable using specialized connectors or transceivers. The cable's structure ensures that the light signals propagate along the fibers and are contained within the core, minimizing signal loss and interference.

Arriving: At the receiving end, an optical receiver detects the light signals transmitted through the fiber optic cable. The receiver typically consists of a photodetector, such as a photodiode, which converts the incoming light pulses back into electrical signals. The photodetector detects the intensity of the light and converts it into corresponding electrical current variations. These electrical signals are then processed, amplified, and decoded into usable data by appropriate circuitry.

Benefits of Fiber

Experience enhanced connectivity with impressive speeds that redefine your online activities. Enjoy smooth streaming, uninterrupted gaming, and swift downloads, even when multiple devices are connected simultaneously. Embrace the reliability and efficiency that fiber optics bring to your home or business, minimizing disruptions and ensuring a seamless online experience.

  • Extreme capacity allows for higher speeds than ever before, at a cheaper price than can be offered with other technologies
  • Because fibers are buried entirely underground and do not use electricity, our network is remarkably resistant to interruption
  • New fiber-optic technology allows signals to be sent further without re-boosting the signal, expanding the areas we can cover
  • Communications through fiber have less of a delay than other technologies and can provide incredibly low latency
  • Data can be sent through fiber at symmetrical speeds, making uploads faster than ever

Better before it's even built

We're currently in the process of expanding our fiber network to cover all of Hillsdale and Branch Counties. We're working hard to bring the fastest speeds available to as many people as possible. Learn about our installation process and know what to expect when we come to your area.