Types and How Fiber Optic Connectors WorkBefore knowing how the fiber optic connector works, you must know the types of optical connectors, such as:
1. FC (Fiber Connector),
2. SC (Subscriber Connector),
3. ST (Straight Tip), Biconic,
4. MPO/MTP, SMA, F-SMA,
5. FDDI-MIC Connector and ESCON Connector,
6. T-ST Duplex, T-SC/APC,
7. MTRJ (Male and Female),
8. LC Duplex, FC/PC, FC/APC and more.
The working principle of the fiber optic connector basically depends on the amount of internal reflection. The reflected light is refracted based on the angle it hits the surface. The center of this principle lies in the workings of the optical fiber which limits the angle of the light wave that allows it to be controlled up to the destination. At this stage, the light wave is covered by the core of the optical fiber. Simultaneously, the frequency of the radio signal is covered by the coaxial cable.
Next, the light wave is directed to the end of the fiber by being reflected in the core. Usually, this cable is applied to telephone networks and computer networks. The structure of the fiber optic connector cable consists of an array layer, namely cladding, core, and buffer coating. Each layer that composes this optical fiber has a different function. The core functions as a running light medium so that light transfer can be carried out. Cladding serves to protect the core and reflect light back. Meanwhile, the buffer coating serves to protect the fiber from damage.
That's the discussion about fiber optic connectors. In addition to fiber optic connectors, you can also use other types of cable connectors such as terminal connectors, male connectors, female connectors, patch panels, and various other types of cable connectors.
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