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Optical fiber is utilized for high-speed and error-free data transmission across connector assemblies. So the connector end faces need to be polished to optimize performance. And also the connectors must follow acceptance criteria related to insertion and back reflection loss … Continue reading
The introduction of fiber patch cables has realized the data communicating at a much higher rate. And we can see a lot of fiber patch cables available in the market, such as LC to LC fiber cable, single mode LC to ST … Continue reading
Traditional fiber optical connector has already proven to be unreliable in harsh environmental or military field applications due to their sensitivity to dirt, mud, water, oil and other contaminants. Fortunately, expanded beam fiber optic connectors offer the solution. Expanded beam … Continue reading
A fiber optic connector terminates the end of an optical fiber and enables quicker connection and disconnection than splicing. The fibers are mechanically coupled and aligned to ensure that light can pass. There has been many different connectors introduced through the development … Continue reading