June 2013 - Blog of FS.COM
29
Jun

How Fiber Media Converter Works

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If you have a network that uses the older type of copper cables and another network that utilizes faster and more reliable fiber optic cables, it is possible to connect them together by using a special product More...
28
Jun

Fiber Optic Is The Trend In Networks Compared With Copper

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Fiber optics is a hot trend in today’s world of communication network, which is a technology that uses glass (or plastic) threads (fibers) to transmit large amount of data. In r More...
28
Jun

Fusion Splicing Technology

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Splicing is needed when you need to mix a number of different types of cables (like bringing a 48 fiber cable in and splicing it to six 8 fiber cables). Fusion splicing refers to the process of joining, or splicing More...
28
Jun

Quick View of Ethernet Cables Cat5, Cat5e And Cat6

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If you’re researching the different types of twisted-pair copper cables used to transmit data in network, making the choice between Category 5 (CAT5), Category 5e(CAT5e) and Category 6 (CA More...
28
Jun

Introduction of Fiber Optic Splice Closure

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Fiber optic splice closure is the equipment used to offer room for fusion splicing optical fibers. It also provides protection for fused fiber joint point and fiber cables. There are mainly two type More...
27
Jun

Typtical Fiber Patch Panels On The Market

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Fiber cross connect patch panel, also known as the fiber distribution panel, to terminate the fiber optic cable and provide access to the cable’s individual fibers for cross connection, commonl More...
27
Jun

OM4 Fiber For High Speed Applications

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Multimode fibers are identified by the OM (“optical mode”) designation as outlined in the ISO/IEC 11801 standard: OM1, for fiber with 200/500 MHz-km overfilled launch (OFL) bandwidth at 850/ More...
26
Jun

Connectors Are Termination Of Cables

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Fiber optic connector is a mechanical device mounted on the end of a fiber optic cable, light source, receiver, or housing, the connector allows these devices to be mated to a simil More...
26
Jun

11 Steps To Terminate Fiber Optic Cables

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Fiber optic cables are being used in an increasing number of applications currently, especially in comupter networks and cable/Internet. And one of the biggest steps in preparing a fiber optic cable i More...
25
Jun

Development Of WDM Technology

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In the early times, fiber optic signal transmission is one wavelength in one fiber glass. People finally found a way, which is known the widely used WDM(Wavelength Division Multiplexing) technology nowadays, to More...
25
Jun

Cables And Connectors Technology

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Nowadays the introduction of high-definition digital video formats and the requirements for carrying high-speed signals have ushered in a higher demand for quality cable construction all the way down the line More...
24
Jun

10Gigabit OM3 and OM4 Fiber Optic Cables

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With network speed requirements continuing to increase, especially in high-demand industry sectors such as data centres and service providers, there has been a need for faster and more stable optical More...
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