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  • Fiber Optic Technology (.pdf)
    Fiber optic cable is one of the fastest-growing transmission mediums for both new cabling installations and upgrades, including backbone, horizontal, and even desktop applications. It works very well in applications that need high bandwidth, long distances, and complete immunity to electrical
  • Calculating Fiber Loss in Fiber Optic Networking
    Fiber optic networking can be a daunting undertaking, but it really is not as difficult as it seems. Understanding factors such as fiber modes, fiber launch power, receive sensitivity, fiber cable attenuation, and fiber budgets will make fiber installation projects run much smoother and more
  • Electrical Engineers Break Power and Distance Barriers for Fiber Optic Communication
    optical signals can be sent through optical fibers. This advance has the potential to increase the data transmission rates for the fiber optic cables that serve as the backbone of the internet, cable, wireless and landline networks. The research is published in the June 26 issue of the journal
  • Follow the Fiber, See the Light, Fiber is Finally at the Desktop!
    Childrens's toys, home decorations, and automotive conveniences are examples of the growth of fiber optics in the marketplace. Fiber optic technology was everywhere except where we expected it to be - the desktop. The number one reason for the delay in getting fiber to the desktop was the high
  • Fiber Optics User Guide
    Not all fiber optic cable assemblies are created equal. Amphenol has been an industry leader in fiber optic interconnects for several decades. When network reliability is of paramount importance, you can always trust the leader in high-bandwidth interconnect technology. Despite the fact that fiber
  • Local Area Networks: An Introduction to the Technology
    Local Area Networks: An Introduction to the Technology. An easy-to-read overview of the complex technologies inside local-area networks, from copper and fiber-optic cables to protocol stacks.
  • Computer Power User Article - Tomorrow's Network
    . As the name implies, this newer standard is 10 times faster than GbE s theoretical maximum bandwidth of 1.25GBps, using copper or fiber optic cables. That s enough speed to transmit an entire DVD across your network in a few seconds, but do you really need it? Let s pretend the stars align
  • Smart Computing Article - More Than Just Bad Movies
    , the newer networks use fiber optic lines to carry signals from the head end to neighborhood optical nodes. This allows for greater performance and network efficiency throughout the cable system. The set of rules that governs the transmission of data from one computer to another over the Internet. IP

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