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Basics of Fiber Optic Cables and Connectors

November 21, 2013 at 9:35 am
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Basics of Fiber Optic Cables and Connectors

The core of the fiber-optic cable is made of one or multiple glass or plastic fibers. Central fibers are used as media for transmitting data, which is being sent in light beams from a laser or a LED. The core is surrounded by layer of plastic or glass with different density, which is called cladding. Its purpose is to reflect ...

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How to Calculate Maximum Attenuation for Optical Fiber Links

November 4, 2013 at 5:56 am
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How to Calculate Maximum Attenuation for Optical Fiber Links

Attenuation is being measured in dB/km, referring to the loss in signal strength or power of the light. Loss happens due the light traveling through the single-mode or multimode fiber. There is a variety of wavelengths with which light is traveling. Original wavelength was 580 nm due to support of original LED and detector. As the technology was evolving, the 1310 ...

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MDU – Multi Dwelling Unit EPON ONU’s

August 29, 2013 at 8:12 am
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MDU – Multi Dwelling Unit EPON ONU’s

MDU - Multi Dwelling Unit EPON ONU's - are ONU's that usually will serve more than one subscriber, more than one home and unlike of SFU - Single Family Unit ONU, will be usually deployed at apartment building, a condominium complex or at the curbside - that is a scenario sometimes called FTTB or FTTC. And while in SFU case ...

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SFU – Single Family Unit EPON ONU

August 19, 2013 at 4:10 am
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SFU – Single Family Unit EPON ONU

According our statistics, Single Family Unit's, or SFU's are most popular EPON ONU's ordered and shipped worldwide, and it really does not depends on a market or country. Of course, types of SFU's vary. For example as one classifier, SFU's can be divided in Indoor Type ONU's, or in Outdoor type. If we look at various business models used by FTTx ...

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Infographic – Differences Between FBT and PLC splitters

July 10, 2013 at 9:15 am
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Infographic – Differences Between FBT and PLC splitters

¬†You can click on image to enlarge it.   Differences Between FBT and PLC splitters Also it is pretty clear visually shown on a infographic above (at least we hope so, as a lot of work are done to create above infograph), here's a description of what you can see above. Optical networks require signal being splitted somewhere in design to serve for multiple ...

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Can I use single mode equipment over multimode cable and vice versa?

June 1, 2013 at 6:01 am
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Can I use single mode equipment over multimode cable and vice versa?

Can I use single mode equipment over multimode cable and vice versa? This is a question we get many times from our customers. Especially common is a situation, in older installations, back to the times when multimode cable was cheaper than single mode, and inside buildings, and some last mile installations were planned so, that multimode cables were laid. Answer is not ...

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