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THE LATEST DEVELOPMENT OF FIBER OPTIC

IN INDONESIA
By : Anis Tri Zulaikah(3332150059), Chairil Anwar(3332141935), Maulana Yusuf(3332141974)

UNIVERSITY OF SULTAN AGENG TIRTAYASA


FIBER OPTICS ???
Fiber optic is a transmission line to supply the needs of internet
access with much better than wired or wireless internet technology.
History Development of Fiber Optics in Indonesia
The development of fiber optics Indonesia is not separated from
the development of the history of fiber optics in the world, which
was originally first started in Germany in the 1930s.
At that time fiber optics can not be used.
At almost the same time in about the 1950s, British and
Japanese scientists managed to create a type of fiber optic that
can transmit images.
HISTORY OF FIBER OPTICS
The first generation (starting 1975) converts The fourth generation (starting 1984)
electrical signals into wave signals, in the form modulation used is not the modulation of
of LEDs with a wavelength of 0.87 mm. can intensity but the frequency modulation, this
reach the transmission capacity of 10 Gb.km / generation is hampered its development
s because the source device technology and the
The second generation (starting 1981) the size detection of frequency modulation is still far
of the fiber terraces was reduced to a single behind
mode type. the second generation is able to The fifth generation (starting 1989) of this At
reach the transmission capacity of 100 Gb.km the beginning of its development only reached
/s 400 Gb.km / s, but a year later the
The third generation (starting 1982) The purity transmission capacity has penetrated 50
of the silica material is enhanced. This thousand Gb.km / s
enhancement increases the transmission
capacity to several hundred Gb.km / s
HISTORY OF FIBER OPTICS
The sixth generation (until now) Experiments show that minimal
solitons can carry 5 channels each carrying information at a rate
of 5 Gb / s.
Channel blocks can be doubled if multiplexed polarization is
used, because each channel has two different polarizations. The
tested transmission capacity reaches 35 thousand Gb.km / s.
THE LATEST DEVELOPMENT OF FIBER OPTIC IN INDONESIA

Indonesia's fiber optic internet network providers currently have many,


among them are fiber optic Telkom, MNC, Biznet Network and First Media.
The advantages of using fiber optic over wireless are more stable
connections and faster data transmission.
So the risk of lost signal is very small. But usually all depends on the
selected package.
The development of fiber optic in Indonesia is significant enough to show
evidence that the Internet has become a basic requirement for the
community.

Examples of the use of fiber optic networks in


Indonesia
1. INHERENT (Indonesia Higher Education Network)
2. Palapa Ring
3. B2JS (JAKARTA-BANGKA-BATAM-SINGAPORE) CABLE
SYSTEM
INHERENT (Indonesia Higher Education Network)

is a closed data communication network


between universities in Indonesia.
This network is included in the Jardiknas
project.
In the early stages (2006) there has been
built interconnection of 32 localnode
residing in universities in provincial capital
cities in Indonesia as well as offices of the
Directorate General of Higher Education.
PALAPA RING
is a telecommunication infrastructure project in the form of fiber
optic construction throughout Indonesia along 36,000 kilometers.
The project consists of seven small fiber optic rings (for
Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Nusa Tenggara, Papua, Sulawesi
and Maluku) and a backhaul to connect them all.
Development of Palapa Ring
Currently under construction for Eastern part of Indonesia1 for the
Mataram-Kupang line, along 1,800km.
B2JS (JAKARTA-BANGKA-BATAM-SINGAPORE) CABLE
SYSTEM

B2JS is a high speed submarine Link Distance :


cable system of 24 cores of A. Sub-System Jakarta to Batam
connecting Jakarta-Bangka- o Submarine Part (length 723 km)
Batam-Singapore. Cable-system
covers more than 1,000 kilometers o Inland Part (length 293 km)
in total cable length which consists B. Sub-System Batam to Singapore
of both submarine and inland with o Submarine Part (length 36 km)
capacity up to 380 Gbps. o Inland Part (length 18 km)
THANKS FOR YOUR
ATTENTION
By : Anis Tri Zulaikah(3332150059), Chairil Anwar(3332141935), Maulana
Yusuf(3332141974)