Cable Fiber Identification
With such a wide variety of optical fiber types available, being able to identify what your network requires is essential. With our quick reference guide, you'll be able to assess what fiber type can support your network in relation to different bandwidth requirements and transmission distance across single mode and multimode fibers.
|Wave Length||850nm - OM1, OM2, 0M3, 0M4||850 to 953nm - OM5**|
|Data Rate||1Gbs VCSEL||10Gbs VCSEL||25Gbs VCSEL||40Gb/s||100Gbs VCSEL||100Gb/s|
|Source||1 Pair||1 Pair||1 Pair||Laser 4 Pairs||10 Pair||Laser 4 Pairs|
Indicative Link Lengths
|Wave Length||1300nm - OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4||1310nm - OS1, OS2|
|Source||Laser||Laser||Laser CWDM||Laser WDM|
*Using mode conditioning patch cord Distances from IEEE 802.3 standards.
**Due for publication during 2017. We also offer ITU-T G.657 reduced bend sensitivity optical fibers and ITU-T G.655 NZDS optical fibers.
Now that you’ve established what fiber cable you need, ensure you have the right products for your network.
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