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How Do Fiber Optic Couplers Work And How Are They Made?

:: The need for fiber optic couplers We use electronic couplers all the time: such as a telephone coupler which lets you connect both a telephone and a fax machine to the same telephone line. Or a CATV coupler which […]

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What is FTTP, FTTH, FTTB, and FTTD? Fiber Optic Tutorial Series Four

FTTP stands for Fiber To The Premises which is one type of fiber optic communication delivery in which a optical fiber connection is directly run to the customers’ premises. The P(premises)can be business, commercial, institutional and other applications where fiber […]

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The Future of Fiber Optic Communication

There is no question that fiber optic communication is our future. Fiber optic communication industry has been enjoying amazing growth for over 15 years. These are driven by both technology advance and market demand. There are some obvious trends in […]

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How to Tell the Difference Between Fiber Optic Transmitters and Light Sources

:: What are fiber optic transmitters? Optical transmitters generate the light signals carried by a fiber optic communication system. a transmitter includes a light source but also includes signal generation circuit and components such as an electro-optic modulator. The transmitter […]

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What is an MTP Fiber Optic Connector?

[ad_1] MTP stands for “Multifiber Termination Push-on” connector and it is designed by USConec and built around the MT ferrule. Each MTP contains 12 fibers or 6 duplex channels in a connector smaller than most duplex connections in use today. […]

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