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Fiber: The Causes of Limitation on Optical Transmission Distance

Posted by Cablesys on May 14th 2018

The many advantages of fiber optic networking, such as higher speeds, bandwidth, and density, have made it the preferred standard over copper networking. Fiber optic cable can also broadcast/transmit at much further distances than traditional copper cables, such as coax or twisted pair wire, can. But, overall, the precise distance that fiber optic can broadcast/transmit over is restricted by various elements. One of the main complications with using fiber is transmission distance. Transm...
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Fiber: What are the Different Types of Fiber Optic Cables?

Posted by Cablesys on Apr 5th 2018

When there is a need to transfer big data, fiber optic cables are an optimal solution, whether it's installing a small network or setting up a data center for a high-capacity/high-volume networking. Finding the right cable can be challenging due to the different fiber optic cable types available. Understanding the purpose behind the different types can help in system performance. Here are examples of what the different types of fiber optic cables are.What Is Fiber Optic Cable? All fiber opt...
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Fiber Optic Systems: Market, Connectors, and Installment

Posted by Cablesys on Mar 14th 2018

Fiber optic connectors are designed for connecting and disconnecting optical fibers. They simplify the intricate process of installing fiber optic patch cables. Fiber connectors, known as the standard in the industry, are those that have been refined multiple times and over the course of many years. The essential connector types are ST, SC, LC, MPO, and MTP. These connectors come in various styles and have uses for multiple applications. This article will discuss the market for fiber opt...
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Fiber: What’s the Difference: Single-mode Cabling Cost vs. Multimode Cabling Cost

Posted by Cablesys on Feb 2nd 2018

Introduction SMF and MMF cabling have been amongst popular discussion lately. Which is more cost effective? Typically, single-mode cable is considerably cheaper than multimode, but the remaining components needed to complete the single mode system are more expensive. This post will identify the different component costs of single mode and multimode fiber optics.Network Pricing Single-mode fibers are preferred when executing long-distance applications. These long-distance applicatio...
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Fiber: Choosing Fiber Patch Cables Between Speed and Distance

Posted by Cablesys on Aug 24th 2017

More fiber patch cables are being deployed into data centers. The need for a green data center and high bandwidth with long distance are some examples driving demand. To determine the appropriate fiber optic cable, two primary layers must be understood, the core and cladding. The Core Within the middle of the  optic cable is the core. The core is a cylinder made of glass or plastic. Surrounding the core is cladding which is another type of glass or plastic. The oute...
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