FS.COM LC Fiber Patch Cables Solution

Fiber optic patch cables, also called fiber optic patch cords or fiber jumpers, are composed of fiber optic cables terminated with fiber optic connectors on both ends. They are designed to interconnect or cross connect fiber networks within structured cabling systems. Various types of fiber jumpers can be found on the market, such as LC […]

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High-density Cabling Solutions – Push-Pull TAB and LC Uniboot Fiber Patch Cables

In today’s data center and SAN environments, space is often at a premium, making density more critical than ever. Deploying high-density fiber optics offers advanced performance and reliability. This article will introduce two types of high-density fiber patch cables, which are push-pull TAB fiber patch cables and LC uniboot fiber patch cables. Push-Pull TAB Fiber […]

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Things You Don’t Know About Armored Fiber Optic Cable

When transmitting data or conducting power in harsh environment, it is crucial to ensure your cables operation is safe and reliable. Armored fiber optic cables provide extra crush-resistance and rodent protection in that environment. Armored fiber optic cables are constructed with a helical stainless steel tape over a buffered fiber surrounded by a layer of aramid and […]

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The More and More Mature Fiber Optic Cables Transmission Technology

Fiber optic media are any network transmission media that generally use glass, or plastic fiber in some special cases, to transmit network data in the form of light pulses. Within the last decade, optical fiber has become an increasingly popular type of network transmission media as the need for higher bandwidth and longer spans continues. […]

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Modern Network Cabling Needs Fiber Optic Cables

Network Cabling is important for smooth running of business in big organizations where you can find innumerable computers nowadays. Structured cabling is the first step toward all business networks because it provides impeccable connectivity between computers, servers, and lots of other network devices, which permit both data and voice being transmitted all over the world […]

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