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OM5 multimode fiber, as the advanced version of the old OM4 fiber, is thought to be the future of multimode cabling. It is the Wideband multimode fiber (WBMMF) that can support wavelengths between 850nm and 953nm. It is also designed … Continue reading
It is neither realistic nor possible for the network to stay static all the time, since the technology and capability of which advances dramatically throughout the world. In this case, there comes the constant demand for a more secure, more … Continue reading
When talking about fiber optic patch cable, related products that firstly come to our mind are usually multimode and single mode fiber patch cable. However, there are still many other types, such as multimode 50 125 duplex LC to LC … Continue reading
Currently,as decribed,Fiber Patch Cables is categorized into groups:single-mode and multi-mode fiber,nevertheless,there exists another kind of fiber like the POF.The mode refers to the path a photon takes in going from one side of the fiber to the other. Single Mode … Continue reading
MPO/MTP stands for “Multiple-Fiber Push-On/Pull-off”. The purpose of MPO / MTP technology is that you can pull just 1 single cable with 8(for example) fibers. So instead of patching 8 seperate fiber cables, you only need patch 1 cable with … Continue reading
Fiber Patch Cables, also known as fiber jumpers or fiber patch cords, are used to connect fiber optic equipment to fiber optic cross-connects, inter connects, and information outlets. Having a thick layer of protection, it is used to connect the … Continue reading