Optical Fiber Cable

  • Communication Cables - Coaxial, Drop, UTP and Fibre Optic Cables
    There are numerous types of Communication Cables available in the market today, but we depend on some types of Cables like Coaxial Cables, Drop Cables, UTP Cables and Fibre Optic Cables more often. These Cables are applicable in different types of data transfer in our day to day life. Coaxial cable is called "coaxial" because it includes one physical channel that carries the signal surrounded (after a layer of insulation) by another concentric physical channel, both running along the same axis. Read More...
  • Choosing Fiber Optic Patch Panels
    When surmounting trouble rises, an optic fiber technician must choose the most suitable patch panel for a particular situation. That technician must recognize that when it comes to easy installation, proper termination and long term maintenance, not all patch panels are created equally. Optic fiber is robust and therefore deserves some special treatment. For example: if a horizontal copper cable is damaged, one user will be affected. If a backbone fiber goes down, it can take a lot of users down Read More...
  • A Brief Introduction To Fiber Optics Technology
    Understanding how fiber optics are made and function for uses in everyday life is an intriguing work of art combined with science. Fiber optics has been fabricated from materials that transmit light and are made from a bundle of very thin glass or plastic fibers enclosed in a tube. One end is at a source of light and the other end is a camera lens, used to channel light and images around the bends and corners. Fiber optics have a highly transparent core of glass, or plastic encircled by a coveri Read More...
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