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GYXTC8S 1-24 Core Figure 8 dropping aerial fiber optic cable
1. Messenger wire :7*1.0mm or 1*1.5mm steel or FRP
2. suspension neck part
3. PSP armored tape
4. Inner/ Outer jacket PE
5. Fiber single mode G652D
6. PBT Loose tube
7. FRP Strength Member
Application: aerial fiber optical cable networking system
Cores available: 2,4,6,8,12,24.
Cores type: G652D,G657A1,G657A2, G655C
Outer diameter: can be customized for you per your requirements.
Package: 1/2/3/4 km each exporting wooden drums.
More Academical knowledge for fiber optical cable:
What Is Multimode Fiber?
Multimode fiber (MMF) is a kind of optical fiber mostly used in communication over short distances, for example, inside a building or for the campus. Multimode fiber optic cable has a larger core, typically 50 or 62.5 microns that enables multiple light modes to be propagated. Because of this, more data can pass through the multimode fiber core at a given time. The maximum transmission distance for MMF cable is around 550m at the speed of 10Git/s. It can transmit farther at lower data rates, such as going about 2km at 100Mb/s.
Multimode Fiber Types: OM1 vs OM2 vs OM3 vs OM4 vs OM5
Multimode fiber is a common choice to achieve 10 Gbit/s speed over distances required by LAN enterprise and data center applications. There are several kinds of multimode fiber types available for high-speed network installations, and each with a different reach and data-rate capability. With so many options, it can be tough to select the most suitable multimode fiber. OM1 vs OM2 vs OM3 vs OM4 vs OM5, which to choose? You may get answer in this article.
How Many Types of Multimode Fiber?
Identified by ISO 11801 standard, multimode fiber optic cables can be classified into OM1 fiber, OM2 fiber, OM3 fiber, OM4 fiber and newly released OM5 fiber. The next part will compare these fibers from the side of core size, bandwidth, data rate, distance, color and optical source in details.