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Highest-capacity communications satellite has134of proven throughput
The ViaSat-1 was launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan in 2011; the satellite is in geostationary orbit above North America. It provides broadband internet service coverage and general communications.
Fastest morse code transmission was216marks in 1 minute
This record was set by Andrei Bindasov from Belarus, who successfully transmitted a mixed text in Morse code. The attempt was held as part of the International Amateur Radio Union’s 5th World Championship in High Speed Telegraphy in Belarus
Largest commercial data transmission rate was8over a single fiber cable
The transmission took place between Ankara and Istanbul on the Turk Telekom DWDM backbone network using Alcatel-Lucent’s 100G optical technology in the summer of 2013. Such speed is equivalent to downloading 250 HD films per second.
Fiber optic Link Around the Globe (FLAG) is a28000long optical fiber
It is mostly-submarine communications cable that connects the United Kingdom, Japan, and many places in between. The system runs from the eastern coast of North America to Japan. Its Europe-Asia segment was the fourth longest cable in the world in 2008.
The first phone book was printed in1878
It was 2 years after the invention of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell. The first phone books were printed in sheets, since there weren’t very many subscribers at the time. As more people subscribed to telephone service it became necessary to print directory listings in books.