What is a fiber optic patch cord?

@ruixue92 (278)
Shanghai, China
July 31, 2014 2:29am CST
It is known that the Internet as an industry is largely based around fiber.But when it comes to how the fiber optic cables working, except the fiber optic cable supplier, most of us lead to a wide variety of confusion, misconceptions, and errors when working with fiber optic networks. Today we firstly get into the knowledge of how a fiber optic patch cord work in it's using?That is a fiber optic cable capped at either end with connectors that allow it to be rapidly and conveniently connected to CATV, an optical switch or other telecommunication equipment Don’t like the high quality fiber optic equipment, it is widely used in most of the common family. Patch cords are a usual way of setting up wired connections between devices, such as connecting a television to a digital cable box using coaxial cable. These cords are employed to any type of signal transference, such as in a television, radio or computer network. A fiber-optic cord has a particular kind of cable that uses light to transfer signals at extremely high speeds with very little degradation.Ordinary cables measure 125 µm in diameter (a strand of human hair is about 100 µm). The inner diameter measures 9 µm for single-mode cables, and 50/62.69 µm for multi-mode cables. Fiber cables are internally consisted of two layers. When soft tries to pass from a lower to a higher index of refraction, at the correct angle, it is reflected back instead. From the fiber optic manufacturer in China, it is usually known as the “core” and the “cladding”.Digital signals are encoded in analog pulses of light.Small variations or problems in manufacturing that traditional cables wouldn’t even notice will totally stop transmission. A fiber-optic patch cord may also end up cracked when it is committed at a sharp angle; this will also stop any transmission.
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