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144 core, 96 core, 48 Core |24 Core| 12 Core | 8 Core & 4 Core Fiber Cable, fibre optic cable is a network cable that contains strands of glass fibres inside an insulated casing. They’re designed for long distance, high-performance data networking and telecommunications.
Fibre optic cables provide higher bandwidth and can transmit data over longer distances. Fibre optic cables support much of the world’s internet, cable television, and telephone systems.
Single mode fibre optic Cable
Single mode fibre optic cables often use Wave Division Multiplexing techniques to increase the amount of data traffic that can be sent across the strand.
WDM allows light at multiple different wavelengths to be combined (multiplexed) and later separated (de-multiplexed), effectively transmitting multiple communication streams through a single light pulse.
Multimode fibre optic Cable
multimode fibre is an optical fibre that is designed to carry multiple light rays or modes concurrently, each at a slightly different reflection angle within the optical fibre core.
Multimode fibre transmission is used for relatively short distances because the modes tend to disperse over longer lengths (this is called modal dispersion)
Advantages of Fiber Optic Cables
Fibre cables offer several advantages over long-distance copper cabling.
Fibre optics support a higher capacity. The amount of network bandwidth a fibre cable can carry easily exceeds that of a copper cable with similar thickness. Fibre cables rated at 10 Gbps, 40 Gbps, and even 100 Gbps are standard. Because light can travel much longer distances down a fibre cable without losing its strength, it lessens the need for signal boosters.
Fibre is less susceptible to interference. A copper network cable requires special shielding to protect it from electromagnetic interference.