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2017-11-23

How to Achieve Proper Patch Cord Management

Date Submission: May 18, 2016 By Aria

Patch cords are usually adopted to cross connect installed cables and connect communications equipment to the cable plant, which serves as an ideal and desirable option in a network. However, it also can become the weakest link in fiber network infrastructure as well. As a result, to achieve a we...

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An Introduction of Armored Fiber Patch Cables

Date Submission: May 10, 2016 By Aria

Armored fiber patch cable, just as the name indicates, is made with robust connectors and a stainless steel armored flexible tube inside the outer jacket, which acts as an effective protection against rodent, moisture and other issues that may cause the damage. The Structure of Armore...

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Introduction to Single-mode Fiber Patch Cords

Date Submission: April 27, 2016 By Aria

Fiber optic patch cords refer to those fiber optic cables with connectors on both ends, which can be directly and rapidly connected to computers or other equipment. With a thick layer of protection, patch cords are usually used to connect the optical transmitter, receiver as well as the terminal ...

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Color Codes for Indoor Fiber Optic Cables

Date Submission: April 22, 2016 By Kerry

The color codes of indoor fiber optic cables are not only for aesthetics in the premises fiber cabling systems. Actually, they are used as a reference for users to easily identify what type of fiber is used in the systems. Thus, to understand the color codes is very necessary to people who need t...

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With OM3, Why Is OM4 Still Needed?

Date Submission: April 14, 2016 By Kerry

With the transmission of massive amount of data, people’s demand for higher bandwidth and fast speeds is growing rapidly. The basic structure of network—cabling should be upgraded to meed this demand. For instance, copper cabling is developed from Category 1 to Category 8 cable. Likew...

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How to Choose Fiber Optic Patch Cables?

Date Submission: April 8, 2016 By Kerry

Fiber optic patch cable, also called fiber optic patch cord or fiber patch cord, is one of the most basic and important parts in optical communication. It is generally used for linking the equipment and components in the fiber optic network. At the both ends of the fiber optic patch cable, fiber ...

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Mode Conditioning Patch Cable FAQ

Date Submission: April 1, 2016 By

Mode conditioning patch cable, or mode conditioning patchcord (MCP), is duplex multimode patch cable that has a small length of single mode fiber at the start of the transmission length. The basic principle behind the MCP is to launch laser into the small section of single mode fiber. The other...

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Mode Conditioning Patch Cable Tutorial

Date Submission: March 25, 2016 By Kerry

There are bandwidth limitations of multimode fiber. Most current LAN networks are composed of about 90% multimode fiber. As the fiber cable plant is upgraded to single mode fiber cables, we must also provide a migration path that continues to reuse the installed multimode cable plant for as long ...

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Fiber Optic Patch Cables Tutorial

Date Submission: March 18, 2016 By Kerry

What is Fiber Optic Patch Cable? Fiber Optic Patch Cable is a fiber optic cable terminated with fiber optic connectors on both ends. It is used for linking the equipment and components in fiber optic network, also known as fiber optic jumper, fiber optic patch cord, fiber optic patch lead etc...

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Fiber Optic Loopback Tutorial

Date Submission: March 11, 2016 By Kerry

What is Fiber Optic Loopback? Fiber optic loopback cable and fiber optic loopback module, are collectively known as Fiber Optic Loopback. Fiber optic loopback is designed to provide a media of return patch for a fiber optic signal, offer a generous yet manageable fiber loop virtually eliminat...

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