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Understanding More About Optical Cables

by:TBT     2020-07-16
The fiber optic cable or optical cable as it is oftentimes referred to is a resin-coated optical fiber surrounded by what is called a 'jacket' or tough protective layer made from a durable plastic. The layers that surround the optical fibers reinforce the cable and make it stronger yet this does not prevent them from maintaining their characteristics and properties. Glass or plastic is most commonly used in the manufacturing of these thin and transparent fibers which can easily transmit light as a result.
Indoor and Outdoor Applications
By using bandwidth communication and a large quantity of electrical power, an optical cable can transmit a huge amount of information. Additionally, you can purchase these cables in a broad range of different armour and sheathing. The intended use of this cable determines which type of cable to select. Fiber optic cables have a number of applications including, connecting audio equipment such as surround sound amplifiers. Another use is broadband internet, this often offers higher speed than standard internet.
A cable rated for indoor use features an enclosed, jacketed fiber encased within a lightweight plastic cover with both ends terminating in a connector. This enables easier connection and disconnection of the cable. Conversely, cables that are rated for outdoor use typically use a loose-tube, semi-rigid construction design. This enables the exterior of the cable to stretch while the interior fibers do not. Most importantly, extreme temperature changes and tension do not adversely affect the cable in the long run.
Types of Optical Cables
The single and multimode optical cable is the two most common varieties that you find on the market today. The single mode capable is used exclusively in multi-channel broadcasting applications while the multimode variety is designed for LAN, video surveillance, and other short distance connections. Other types that you can find include aerial, armoured, breakout, distribution, loose-tube, ribbon, and simplex cables.
Advantages
When compared to copper wire cabling, the optical cable has several advantages. The primary one is its capability for transferring large quantities of digitally formatted data at much faster speeds. The second primary advantage is that they are easier to maintain and less susceptible to electromagnetic interference. Only light travels through the cable, this can be seen at the plugs. Finally, they are very flexible and lightweight and have a minimum signal loss to contend which makes them a better choice than cabling made using copper wire.

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