Fiber Optic Cables Archives - Blog of FS.COM
20
Jul

From OM1 to OM5: How Multimode Fiber Developed?

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30
Jun

Three Critical Focuses on OM5 Fiber Optic Cable

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As data centers scale to ever larger sizes in recent years, the demand for great bandwidth and higher speed is growing too. Recently, OM5 has been approved to be a new type of multimode fiber ( More...
14
Jun

Using Ultra Low Loss Fiber Cable for Data Center

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As the most commonly used components in optical transmission system, the performance of fiber optic cable and connector is critical to signals transmission. Sub-standard patch cords and fiber More...
31
May

Ultra Low Loss BIF & LC Uniboot Cables Assist in High Density Cabling

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Since the requirements for bandwidth keep growing all the time, more and more fiber optic cables are being installed in telecommunication area within a given space. What cha More...
15
Dec

Optimize Network Capacity with Ribbon Optical Cable

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Since the transmission protocols progress to higher and higher data rates, local area network (LAN) campus, building backbones and data centers are expected to employ cables with greater fiber counts, ai More...
06
Dec

Tight-Buffered Fiber Distribution Cables for Indoor and Outdoor Use

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Optical fibers with fiber counts ranging from 2 to 144 counts or more are usually coated together inside a single strand of fiber optic cable for better protection and cabli More...
24
Nov

Tight-Buffered Distribution Cable Selection Guide

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Tight-buffered distribution cable consists of several tight-buffered fibers consolidated in a single cable. It is usually used in backbone subsystems, linking equipment rooms, telecommunicati More...
12
Oct

Armored Fiber Cable for Robust and Flexible Network

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Fiber optic failures in telecommunication industry can cause a lot of problems and loss. Thus, protection of the fragile optical fibers is always an important factor to be considered during More...
30
Dec

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 multimode f More...
23
Dec

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 copper can transmit signals wit More...
22
Oct

OM3 and OM4 in 40/100G Migration

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To meet the continuously increased requirements, data center 40/100G migration is underway. The infrastructure of data centers for the 40G/100G should meet the requirements like high speed, reliability, mana More...
30
Jul

Fiber Optic Paves the Way to Internet of Things

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You are driving home when you receive an alert from your printer to pick up some ink, since it is running out. While picking up the printer ink, you receive an alert from your refrigerator to More...
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