July 2013 - Blog of FS.COM
23
Jul

Video Multiplexer for CCTV and Surveillance Applications

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Fiber-optic-based video and audio multiplexers are designed specifically for pro A/V and broadcast applications. Video Multiplexer is usually applied in video area, especially for Secu More...
23
Jul

Cable Ties Of Cable Management

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Cable Ties are a necessity for supporting and holding cables, wires, and other objects in place. They are helpful for those devices that spend most of the day separated from their respective fiber patch cords a More...
22
Jul

WDM Transceiver Of WDM Devices

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As you know, wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) is a technology which multiplexes a number of optical carrier signals onto a single optical fiber by using different wavelengths of laser light, this technolo More...
20
Jul

Installing A Network Cable Faceplate

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A Network Faceplate is generally used in new installations where concealed cabling is possible. The faceplate is fixed on a wall and the keystone jack is fixed in the hole so that the rj45 modular jack of More...
17
Jul

A Simple Guide To WDM System

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WDM(Wavelength Division Multiplexing) systems are popular in fiber optic network because they allow to expand the capacity of the network without laying more fiber. Capacity of a given link can be expanded by sim More...
16
Jul

An Overview of Active and Passive Components

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There are many different types of components used for communication. All these components fall under two categories, fiber optic active components and fiber optic passive components. The fiber pa More...
15
Jul

What Is the Basic Principle of OTDR Test

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There are many fiber tools available for testing at different stages of the network, to meet various test requirements. These tests are used to reveal the total loss, optical return loss (ORL) and fib More...
12
Jul

Network Cabling Punch Down Tools

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A punch down tool (also known as punch down tool or krone tool) is needed to quickly and efficiently connect cable wires to electrical contacts. Not only do these tools make faster connections, but be More...
12
Jul

Maintance Methods Of Fusion Splicer Parts

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The most common parts of a fiber fusion splicer include Electrodes and V-Grooves. Fusion splicers are dependent upon high-quality electrodes to focus that critical arc of electricity. As the electrod More...
10
Jul

OM4 Cables For 40G & 100G Applications

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There are different categories of graded-index multimode glass fiber cable, including OM1, OM2, OM3 and OM4 cables (OM stands for optical multi-mode). OM1 specifies 62.5-micron ca More...
10
Jul

The Function Of Mode Conditioning Patch Cables

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A mode conditioning patch cord is needed at each transmitter/receiver when using multimode 62.5/125μm optical fiber for transmitting Gigabit data over distances greater than 300 metres. More...
09
Jul

Important Tester for CCTV Security Camera Surveillance Applications

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How to Choose a Good CCTV Security Camera Surveillance System ? Although a CCTV Security Surveillance System is more common in public areas, it can be used in priva More...
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