Before knowing how to work, you also need to know the types of optical connectors, including FC (Fiber Connector), SC (Subsciber Connector), ST (Straight Tip), Biconic, MPO / MTP, SMA, F-SMA, FDDI-MIC Connectors and ESCON Connectors, T-ST Duplex, T-SC / APC, MTRJ (Male and Female), LC Duplex, FC / PC, FC / APC, DIN, E2000, E-2000 / APC , D4, MU, 10G-CX4, Opti-Jack, High-Density Array and others. The working principle of optical fiber basically depends on the amount of internal reflection. The reflection of the light is refracted based on the angle targeting the surface. The center of this principle lies in the workings of the optical fiber which limits the angle of light waves that allow it to control to its destination. At this stage, the light waves are covered by the core of optical fiber. Simultaneously, the frequency of the radio signal is covered by coaxial cable. Next, light waves are directed to the ends of the fiber by being reflected in the core. Typically, this cable is applied to telephone networks and computer networks. The fiber optic connector cable structure consists of an array of layers, namely cladding, cores, and buffer coating. Each layer that makes up this optical fiber has a different function. Core functions as a medium of light so that the transfer of light can be done. Cladding serves to protect the core and reflect light back. Meanwhile, buffer coating serves to protect fibers from damage.
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