• Fiber optic cable


    These are insulated wires with protective casing and used for transmitting electricity or telecommunication signals. Without these, a proper communication is not imaginable. Copper cable was initially used, but now Fiber optic cable has taken its place.

    Fiber Optic Cable:

    Fiber Optic Cable is a network cable constituting strands of glass fibers inside an insulated casing. The glass cores are surrounded by mirror covering called cladding. Unlike copper a cable which utilizes the electricity to transmit signals, the Fiber Optic Cable uses light pulses to the same function. In Industry these are available as Single mode fiber, Multi-mode fiber, Duplex fiber, Simplex or duplex single mode fiber. An assembly of Fiber Optic Cable utilizes the most widely used connectors like- LC, SC, ST, MTRJ, and more. The diameter ratio of core and clad gives information about the size of Fiber Optic Cable.

    Need for Fiber Optic Cable:

    Fiber Optic cable are much faster, very high performance data networking and telecommunication even in longer distance, provides higher bandwidth and can transfer data over longer distance in no time. These are light, stronger and durable and do not require any additional protection. In nutshell, we can say that the work that 30,000 strands of copper cable does is completed by just 2 strands of Fiber Optic Cable.

    Working of Fiber Optic Cable:

    Total internal reflection is the principle based upon which Fiber Optic Cable works. The Fiber Optic Cable contains one or more glass strands with core as its center. The core act as the light guide thus providing pathway for light to travel. The clad of the cable reflects the light inward such that no signal is lost and light passes through the bends more easily.

    Types of Fiber Optic Cable:

    Single mode Multi-mode
    Core is small. Core is large.
    Use’s very thin glass strands and laser to generate light. Use’s LED’s for light generation.
    Used for Longer distance Used for shorter distance
    Size: 9/125 micron Size: 62.5/125 or 50/125 micron
    Used outside the building Used within the building.


    Fiber Optic Cable are used in Internet cables, Cable television, Telephone, Computer networking, Surgery and Dentistry, Lighting and decorations, Mechanical inspections, Military and space application and Automotive industry.


     Higher capacity.
     Can carry more amount of network bandwidth than copper wire.
     Minimal or no interference.
     Less need of signal booster.
     Available at 10Gbps, 40Gbps, and even 100Gbps.

  • Fiber Optic Cable


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