Communication networks are generally classified into wireless networks and wireline networks. In the wireless networks, microwaves are used as carriers to deliver data through air to provide communication between mobile electronic devices. In the wireline networks based on optical technologies, optical waves function as carriers to deliver data through optical fibers to provide communication between immobilized electronic devices. These two networks depend on completely different communication approaches and cover completely different communication scopes.
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