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What Kind of Single-mode Fiber Should You Choose?

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As we all know, multimode fiber is usually divided into OM1, OM2, OM3 and OM4. Then how about single-mode fiber? In fact, the types of single-mode fiber seem much more complex than

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What Limits the Optical Transmission Distance

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Fiber optic network is gradually replacing copper network, because of its various advantages, like high speed, high density and high bandwidth, etc. Among which is that fiber optic

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How Does Fiberstore Guarantee the High Compatibility of Its Transceivers?

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Nowadays, more and more users tend to use the third-party compatible transceivers to save costs. When choosing the compatible transceiver modules, the most primary concern of them

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Understanding Loss in Fiber Optic

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Fiber optic transmission has various advantages over other transmission methods like copper or radio transmission. Fiber optic which is lighter, smaller and more flexible than copp

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Does Bend Insensitive Multimode Fiber Make Sense?

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As we all know, when optical fiber exceeds a certain bend radius, some amount of light can be lost, causing signal loss. This can happen during installation or anytime during fiber

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Understanding OTDR Dead Zone Specifications

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OTDR (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer), as one of the important fiber optic testers, is most commonly used by technicians or installers to certify the performance of new fiber op

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Why Not Choose a PoE Switch?

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The Power over Ethernet (PoE) lets Ethernet cables supply the power for network devices, at the same time as transmitting data in the normal way. Typical PoE users are businesses a

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Basic of Optical Distribution Frame (ODF)

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Optical Distribution Frame (ODF) Driven by requirements for high-speed data rate, the deployment of fiber optic has been growing. As the growth of installed fiber optic, the man

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Single Strand Fiber Solution – Is It Right for You?

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It has been a long time that fiber optic system has required two strands of fiber to accomplish full duplex communications—one is for transmitting and the other is for receiving.

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Fiber Patch Cable Management

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Deploying more fiber optic cable is just the first step to meet the high-bandwidth requirements, strong management over the fiber optic cable is a basic requirement for a successfu

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SMF or MMF? Which Is the Right Choice for Data Center Cabling?

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Selecting the right cabling plant for data center connectivity is critically important. The wrong decision could leave a data center incapable of supporting future growth, requirin

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Standards and Recommendation for Fiber Optic Systems

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As the saying goes, nothing can be accomplished without norms or standards. Fiber optic systems should also need standards and recommendation to govern optical cable characteristic

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