A Communication Access Network (CAN) is a telecommunications infrastructure that connects end-users to communication service providers. It consists of various components such as cables, switches, routers, and other equipment that facilitate the transmission of data, voice, and video signals. CANs enable the exchange of information between individuals, businesses, and organizations over short or long distances. They play a crucial role in supporting various communication services, including internet, telephone, and television. Communication Access Network can provide a range of services and tools to facilitate conversations between deaf and hearing individuals in the workplace. This network can offer resources such as sign language interpreters, captioning services, and assistive listening devices to ensure clear communication. By utilizing Communication Access Network, both deaf and hearing colleagues can collaborate effectively and efficiently, fostering a more inclusive work environment.
Communication Access Network (CAN)
- by Access Force