Fiber internet works by transmitting data through fiber-optic cables. When you send data over the internet, it’s converted into a digital signal and transmitted through the fiber-optic cable as a series of light pulses. These light pulses travel down the fiber-optic cable until they reach their destination, where they are converted back into digital data.
Fiber-optic cables are made up of two main parts: the core and the cladding. The core is the central part of the cable and is where the light pulses travel through. The cladding is a layer of material that surrounds the core and helps to reflect the light back into the core, preventing it from escaping.