Introduction of Multimode patch cable.

According to cable mode, patch cables can be divided into single-mode and multimode patch cables. The word “mode” means the transmitting mode of the fiber optic light in the fiber optic cable core. Of all the differences between Singlemode Fiber Patch Cables and multimode patch cables are the size of the fiber’s core and the associated attenuation or loss and bandwidth of the fiber.

The multimode patch cables are optical fibers with the core (25-200 microns) that supports several modes. Most multimode patch cables are an orange color. In addition, there is 10G OM3 and OM4 Multimode Patch Cables which cable jacket are usually aqua. multimode patch cables are usually used in short distance, generally only a few kilometres, because their dispersion limits the frequency of digital signal transmission.

Applications:

  • Local Area Networks
  • Telecommunication networks
  • CATV Distribution Networks
  • Point to Point Systems
  • Wide Area Networks
  • Industrial Applications

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