Single Mode and Multi Mode Fiber Patch Cords,
Fiber Optics Cable Spools & Installation Parts
We provide the largest variety of SingleMode and MultiMode Fiber Optic cables, connectors, fiber installation parts and accessories:
Multimode and singlemode bulk fiber
Simplex, duplex and multi-fiber
ST, FC, SC, MTRJ patch cords / fiber jumpers
SMA, BICONIC, FDDI, ESCON, Mini BNC
Pigtails, patch cords, hybrids
Multi-fiber with pulling eyes
MTP Cables and Modules
Single Mode Fiber Cables - Duplex
Single Mode Fiber Cables - Simplex
Indoor/Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable - Fiber Optic Cable Spools, and Fiber Cable Assemblies
Fiber Installation Parts
We sell products from manufacturers, such as Siecor Corning, Lucent, AMP and others.
We can build your cable assembly precisely to your specified fiber type, cable length and connectors required.
Furthermore, our position in the industry as well as our skill and experience allow us to offer you fast and reliable service at very competitive prices.
Multimode and Single-mode fiber
There are two basic types of fiber: Multimode and Single-mode.
Multimode fiber has a larger core and therefore supports
multiple light wave paths. Multimode fiber was the first type of fiber used for data networks and is usually abbreviated with the letters MMF. There are two diameters used with multimode
fiber—62.5 micron and 50 micron. Both types have a 125-micron cladding. Multimode fiber is used for distances of typically less than 2 km because, with the support of multiple paths or
modes, there is a greater chance that some light traveling down a certain path will arrive later than light traveling directly down the center of the core, causing the remote end to see fading in the light signal.
Multimode Fiber Applications
Single-mode fiber (SMF) has a core that supports one path or mode by which light may travel. The
core of an SMF is much smaller than the core of an MMF—8.3 or 7.1 microns versus 62.5 or 50 nm. 125 micron cladding surrounds both SMF cores. Lasers are the required light source for SMF, which means
that although the cost of SMF is frequently less than that of MMF, the cost of the light source (laser) makes SMF installations cost-prohibitive for short distances. However, single-mode fiber can send high
bit rate signals over long distances—beyond 2 km.
Single-mode Fiber Applications
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