Category: <span>fiber optic cabling</span>

APC and UPC connectors are two popular connectors in the field of Fiber Cabling. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the major difference between Ultra Physical contact or UPC Connector and Angled Physical Contact or APC fiber connector. The most visible difference off course is the Colour of the connector. UPC connectors are blue while […]

The CommScope Qwik-LC II Connectors are factory pre-polished field installable connectors that eliminate the need for hand polishing in the field. This video displays terminations of CommScope Qwik-LC II Connectors. Easy and reliable.

Addressing the convergence of IT with the video and audio operations associated with its core markets, media infrastructure provider Bittree announced the launch of its DSFB124NL series of next-generation patch panel enclosures. The feed-through, slide-out enclosure is billed as ideal for customers managing interconnections and cross-connections within IT closets and data centers, as well as […]

If you require to transfer the data over longer distances, you will be required to install single-mode fiber-optic cable. The single-mode fiber-optic cable is designed to carry light down the fiber as a single ray of light. Single-mode fiber has a capacity to carry higher transmission rate and up to 50 times more distance and multimode […]

Fiber Cable can be divided into 2 modes namely Single-mode and multi-mode. Multi-mode cable has a larger core diameter (50um or 62.5um) than single-mode fiber (9um core diameter). Single Mode Fiber has a relatively narrow diameter and more bandwidth carrying capacity. Single-mode fiber gives you a higher transmission rate and up to 50 times more […]