Telecommunication Network Diagrams

The telecommunication network is a complex of technical means of telecommunications and structures designed for routing, switching, transmitting and receiving the signals, characters, texts, images, sounds or messages of any kind between equipment via wired, wireless, radio, fiber optic or other electromagnetic systems. Thus, the main purpose of work of the telecommunication network is to transmit the information in any form from one to another network user with minimal number of errors and distortions. The telecommunication networks typically include the terminals (inputs and outputs of devices used for data transmission and reception), telecommunication processors that support the data transmission and reception between the terminals and computers, physical communication channels (the ways by which data are transmitted and received, it can be coaxial cables, fiber optic cables), computers, telecommunications and control software. The computers are connected to the network, the telecommunication software is installed on all network computers and controls the network activity and functionality. For transmission the signals through links and for achievement the correct destination terminal, the nodes use the circuit switching, message switching or packet switching. Usually, each terminal at the network has its unique address, that's why the messages are routed to the correct recipients.

The telecommunication networks can be of public use, private, dedicated, virtual private and intelligent; by type of portable signal the networks can be digital or analog. The telecommunication networks assist in increasing the communication abilities, in effective extension and allocation resources. On the base of communication networks can be easily built the information networks, thus on the base of Ethernet networks are built the TCP/IP networks, which in turn form the Internet global network. The most common examples of telecommunication networks are computer networks, telephone networks, Internet, global Telex network, aeronautical ACARS network, and others.

Telecommunication Network Diagrams solution extends ConceptDraw PRO software with samples, templates, and great collection of vector stencils to help the specialists in a field of networks and telecommunications, as well as other users to create Computer systems networking and Telecommunication network diagrams for various fields, to organize the work of call centers, to design the GPRS networks and GPS navigational systems, mobile, satellite and hybrid communication networks, to construct the mobile TV networks and wireless broadband networks.


There is 1 stencil library containing 32 vector objects in the Telecommunication Network Diagrams solution.

Design Elements — Telecommunication Networks

Telecommunication Networks icons

Examples

The samples you see on this page were created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution; they demonstrate a portion of the solution's capabilities and the professional results you can achieve.

All source documents are vector graphic documents. They are available for reviewing, modifying, or converting to a variety of formats (PDF file, MS PowerPoint, MS Visio, and many other graphic formats) from the ConceptDraw Solution Park. The Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution is available for all ConceptDraw PRO users.

Example 1: Call Center Network Diagram

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Networks Library from the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

Call center is a specialized organization or department of an organization, which is occupied by the processing of calls and complaints, and providing information via voice channels of communication in the interests of the contracting authority or the head of the organization. The call center can also handle the appeals by e-mails, post, faxes and to work with appeals in the mode of Internet chat. Call center is a very popular activity, which plays a huge role in providing advice to the population. At the moment, the call centers are widespread and it is hard to imagine the most companies without them. This Telecommunication Network Diagram sample illustrates a work of such important organization as call center. It is a schematic of call center's work in overall, if you need, you can always design more detailed schemes of work of each department of a call center, or even of each operator.

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Example 2: Mobile TV Web-based Network Diagram

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Networks Library from the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

The mobile phones have long evolved from a simple means of communication into the multifunctional multimedia devices that allow to replace at once several different devices, such as phones, players, navigators, etc. However, not only the phones, but also the services provided by mobile operators are actively developed. One of the most promising services is a mobile TV - technology that allows users to transmit and receive the multimedia traffic. With technologies development, advent of high-speed methods of data transmission through mobile Internet, the mobile TV became one of the main marketing features of mobile operators. This Mobile TV Web-based Network Diagram sample illustrates how the TV station is beamed wirelessly across a network, as well as the application of WiMAX technology. WiMAX is a high-speed technology of wireless data transmission, which is one of the most prospective technologies of wireless networking and currently is widely used as a method of providing the broadband access.

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Example 3: Hybrid Satellite and Common Carrier Network Diagram

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Networks Library from the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

The Telecommunication network diagrams are an invaluable tool in the modern world, where the communication networks become ever more complex with each year. This Telecommunication network diagram depicts in details the scheme of work of hybrid satellite and common carrier. It was designed in a few moments with ConceptDraw PRO networking and telecommunications software, which is ideal for systems engineers and network designers. A communications satellite, or 'comsat', is an artificial satellite that is sent to the space for the purpose of telecommunications. The modern communication satellites can use different kinds of orbits, such as geostationary orbits, elliptical orbits, Molniya orbits, polar and non-polar low Earth orbits. One of the most important applications of communication satellites is a telephone communication with ships, planes, vehicles and hand-held terminals. The communications satellites are successfully used for TV and radio broadcasting, they ensure the fixed point-to-point services, provide the microwave radio relay technologies.

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Example 4: Communication Medium Diagram

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Networks Library from the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

The different types of communication medium provide for the project managers the ways on choice to communicate the most effectively, because the correctly chosen way of communication is not less important than the message itself and its content. A Communication medium or communication channel is a way or tool that is used for storing, transmitting, and delivering data, information and messages from you to the receiver. The most widespread types of the business communication media are the following: face-to-face communication, two-way remote communication, written communication, social media communication, and one-way audio and video communication. This Communication medium diagram is a beautiful example of vast capabilities of ConceptDraw PRO software in development and drawing comprehensive and eye-catching diagrams, and among many others the Telecommunication Network Diagrams. The ready-made vector icons from the Telecommunication Networks library of Telecommunication Network Diagrams solution allowed to make design of this diagram clear and engaging for anyone audience.

Communication Medium Diagram

Example 5: GPRS Network Scheme

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Networks Library from the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

General packet radio service (GPRS) technology allows to modify the communications at the minimal costs. It is a packet-based wireless communication service, standardized by European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and used on 2G and 3G mobile wireless networks. The principle of GPRS is based on the fact that the radio channel is divided into the intervals, named as timeslots. In each moment of time, the part of slots remains free and so can be used for the data transmission, this opportunity is used by GPRS. The usual GSM phone always uses one slot, at the same time the GPRS devices use several slots, that contributes for the faster data transfer. Besides, GPRS is a service with variable throughput and latency, which depend directly on the number of users that received the concurrent access to the service. This Network diagram shows the scheme of organization of GPRS and the flow of data traffic in such network.

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Example 6: Mobile Satellite Communication Network Diagram

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Networks Library from the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

The progress of science and technology in the field of development the new technologies, including the space technologies, the exploration of new frequency of bands, as well as the large advances in development of radio communication equipment allowed to pass on the new stage in development of the systems and means of communications. So, now along with traditional satellite communication systems are actively developed the global satellite systems for the mobile communications, which represent relatively new, high powerful, flexible and fast growing kind of the mobile communication. The Mobile satellite systems are incredibly useful when used in navigation systems and also in questions of connection with remote regions, people, vehicles, ships, aircrafts at the different parts of world or with other communication units, which can be mobile or stationary. This Communication network diagram designed in ConceptDraw PRO software illustrates the capabilities and utility of use of the mobile satellite systems.

Mobile Satellite Communication Network Diagram

Example 7: Global Positioning System (GPS) Operation Diagram

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Networks Library from the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This sample diagram demonstrates in details the operation of the Global Positioning System. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a well-known and widespread space-based satellite navigation system, which provides the measurement of distance, delivers the information about the time, identifies the speed of objects and their location in world coordinate system in all weather conditions, anywhere on the Earth and near it where is a free line of sight to four or more GPS satellites. This service is developed, implemented and operated by the U.S. Department of defense, and currently is available for use for civilian purposes, it is offered in a free access for each who has any device with GPS receiver, such as for example navigator or smartphone. So, the possibilities of GPS are almost endless, beginning from very useful and important functions in a military area and to wide capabilities opened for civil and commercial users around the world.

Global Positioning System (GPS) Operation Diagram

Example 8: Mobile TV Network Diagram

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Networks Library from the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

With active development of networks and Internet were provided wide opportunities for the implementation of many new technologies, one of the most interesting is mobile television. It is a very popular service, which gives the owners of mobile phones and other mobile devices connecting to the mobile network, the attractive opportunity to watch in online mode the TV programs, favorite channels, broadcasts, or football matches that are delivered by mobile telecom networks, literally on the move right from the phone. First launched in the South Korea, currently the mobile TV is one of the most rapidly growing areas of television. For delivering the content to the user's mobile phone can be used the GPRS connection, 3G network, 4G Mobile WiMAX or Wi-Fi technology. This Telecommunication Network Diagram sample designed with ready-to-use vector objects from the Telecommunication Networks library of ConceptDraw's Telecommunication Network Diagrams solution represents the scheme of organization the Mobile TV.

Mobile TV Network Diagram

Example 9: Wireless Broadband Network Layout Diagram

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Networks Library from the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 7 minutes creating this sample.

This example depicts the Wireless Broadband Network Layout Diagram. The Wireless broadband is a technology, which provides the high-speed wireless access to the Internet or computer networking access over a wide area. This technology helps to meet all needs of Internet users, it is actively used by service providers, operators of IP-telephony, mobile communications and other organizations. The Wireless broadband is practically ideal and has huge number of advantages, these networks are easier to deploy, they are flexible, have wide coverage, allow to serve great number of users and to provide them with services of different level. The main advantage is the high-speed data transfer, stable network connection and the possibility of bilateral communication that allows to receive and give the data of various content at high speed in both directions. This ability greatly easier the life of Internet users and, in general, with appearance of high-speed Internet, the users have more options with minimal costs.

Wireless Broadband Network Layout Diagram

Example 10: Satellite Network Diagram

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Telecommunication Networks Library from the Telecommunication Network Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This Telecommunication Network Diagram sample illustrates the scheme of realization the Satellite Internet. It is the Internet access provided via the satellite, which was launched and revolves on the geostationary Earth orbit, named also GEO or geosynchronous orbit, i.e. located just above the equator of our planet, and moves around it with an angular speed equal to the angular speed of the Earth around its axis. To receive the signal, it is necessary to direct a satellite dish (antenna) with a transceiver or VSAT, which is located on the subscriber's premises, exactly on the Earth satellite on the orbit. For the earth observer it hangs immovable in the sky in a certain place, on which must be turned the satellite dish. Usually the Satellite Internet includes the ground stations called gateways that transmit the Internet data to and from the satellite, through the radio waves. The satellite works on a Star network topology, so the number of remote VSATs is unlimited.

Satellite Network Diagram

Example 11: Basic Elements of a Local Telephone Company


Basic Elements of a Local Telephone Company

Example 12: Mobile Network Architecture


Mobile Network Architecture

Example 13: Satellite Network Services


Satellite Network Services

Example 14: TMC to EMA Comm Link Rural Setting


TMC to EMA Comm Link Rural Setting

Example 15: TMC to EMA Link


TMC to EMA Link

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Telecommunication Network Diagrams

The ability to transmit data electronically has revolutionized how we make contact with each other. It's over 150 years since the Morse telegraph system was introduced, and its popularity was instantaneous — no longer would individuals have to wait days for their hand written note to be transferred across country by horseback or train; messages could be received a moment after they were sent, and responded to in the same fashion.

In recent times, global communication needs have surged and diversified, evolving with technology to accommodate business or social interactions on an international scale. A whole host of devices have come to replace the simple Morse transmitter, allowing information to be sent through radio waves, along cables, or by radar. Some networks can use combinations of all these and more, to a point where there are very few places in the world unreachable by means of telecommunication.

On a smaller scale, a telecommunication network can simply represent a roomful of computers, that are directly linked to one another. It is also how you would describe a telephone exchange, that connects calls between landlines, switching the direction of data depending on the number you dial. Government and military agencies often require specialized networks — in the case of the emergency services, a system called trunked radio is used, whereby many users can access a two-way radio system using a relatively low amount of frequencies. Aviation industries use ACARS (Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System), a system that utilizes airbound radio or satellite, to communicate between aircraft and ground control.

Telecommunication Networking

Created using ConceptDraw PRO, this diagram shows the many stages of a network between call center operator and user

With the possibility of such varied and wide-ranging networks, it's considered best practice to plan physical and logical system topology in a visual fashion, through the use of various forms of diagrams.

Physical topology diagrams are concerned with the actual real-life devices and components of a network, their locations relative to each other, and the cabling system that connects them. In contrast, a logical topology diagram describes the flow of data around a network — how system nodes communicate, what network protocols are in place, and how this affects data transmission. Diagrams like these can be very specific, focusing on a small aspect or area of a larger telecommunications system. When combining the two, and taking a wider look at a system, the image scan be described as a network architecture diagram.

As well as acting as a simple planning tool for system engineers — a way of deciding if a certain network arrangement is feasible — telecommunication diagrams aid in all aspects of network management. They can be used for security purposes, to identify weak points in a system, and visualize which users have access to certain devices or data files. Software and hardware engineers can envisage systems that allow for the best access to centralized data and programs, and ensure maximum efficiency from each device due to it's placement within the network. As a simple means of sharing information, diagrams are a great way of reducing large-scale, global networks onto a single page, using icons to represent radio waves, mobile transmissions, or satellite links.

Telecommunications Network

A diagram created using ConceptDraw PRO, showing the possibility for multiple devices connected to a network

ConceptDraw PRO, a industry-leading diagramming software from the team at CS Odessa, is an example of the kind of drawing platform needed to create effective, informative telecommunication system plans. With their free solution, Telecommunication Network Diagrams, users are presented with a comprehensive resource to supplement ConceptDraw PRO's powerful functionality.

Inside the solution are vector stencil libraries, containing icons covering all telecommunication system requirements — including specialist graphics dedicated to network items from companies such as Cisco and Trango. Users will also find a selection of templates and libraries to help them kickstart the creative process.

An online resource of help materials and tutorial videos can be found at the ConceptDraw website, while for users who have specific requirements regarding sharing and presentations, there are a selection of formatting and export options available directly from the ConceptDraw PRO software.