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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
The transmission of signals by light waves is related to the wavelength of the light.Some wavelength s travel through optical fiber more efficiently than others.Light wavelength needs to be measured in nanometers.Visible light, in the range of 400-700nm, does not … Continue reading
All-Dielectric Self-Supporting (ADSS) cable is a type of fiber optic cable that contains no conductive metal elements. It is used as a communications medium, installed along existing overhead transmission lines and often sharing the same support structures. ADSS cable is … Continue reading
Fiber optic cable provides protection for the fibers from the environment encountered in an installation. Outdoor Fiber Optic Cables are designed strong to protect the fibers to operate safely in complicated outdoor environment, they can be buried directly, pulled in … Continue reading