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Fiber Optic Cable vs Twisted Pair Cable vs Coaxial Cable

 Fiber optic cable, twisted pair cable and coaxial cable are three major types of network cables used in communication systems. Each of them is different and suitable for different applications. Since each of them can be equally applied into network communication, how they distinct from each other in terms of features and specifications? What’s the differences between performance and capacity when it comes to fiber optic cable vs twisted pair cable vs coaxial cable? Fiber Optic Cable Fiber o...
Posted on March 25, 2013 By FS.COM
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What Is Loopback Cable And How to Use It?

For testing applications, there are many tools for this function, such as visual faults locator, optical power meter, OTDR, etc. Do you know the loopback cable can be acted as a test tool in the telecommunication? Absolutely, the loopback signal is used for diagnosing the networking problem. The lookback cables can provide a simple and effective means of testing the capabilities of the network equipment, and they are typically used for fiber optic testing applications or network restorations. ...
Posted on November 23, 2012 By FS.COM
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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Optical Fiber

Optical fiber is rising in both telecommunication and data communication due to its unsurpassed advantages: faster speed with less attenuation, less impervious to electromagnetic interference (EMI), smaller size and greater information carrying capacity. The unceasing bandwidth needs, on the other hand, are also yielding significant growth in optical fiber demands. Let’s take a review of  common fiber optic cable types, explore the advantages and disadvantage of optical fiber, and offer tips on ...
Posted on October 20, 2012 By FS.COM
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The Bandwidth and Window of Fiber Optic Cable

For fiber optic cable, theoretically speaking, its bandwidth is infinitely high, transmission capacity is infinitely large and the transmission distance is infinitely far. Besides, optical fiber cable is also light in weight, and all of these features make it an ideal medium for data transmission, which is capable of transmitting unlimited telephone and TV signal. However, in the current application of optical cable, the result is far from the theory. Regardless of the fragile physical propertie...
Posted on September 18, 2012 By FS.COM
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Single Mode Fiber: How Much Do You Know?

Fiber optic cable is categorised into single mode fiber and multimode fiber optic cable. Both of them use a kind of or many kinds of glass fiber to transmit data. Among them, single mode fiber optic cable may offer the best future proof capabilities, for which it holds advantages in terms of bandwidth and reach for longer distances. However, how much do you know about single mode fiber? What Is Single Mode Fiber? In optical fiber technology, single mode fiber (SMF) or monomode fiber, is an...
Posted on September 8, 2012 By FS.COM