2 Core FTTH Single Mode Optical Fiber Cable – Round OD 5.5 mm + FRP + Yarn
Our 2 Core FTTH Single Mode Optical Fiber Cables are designed to meet the high demands of modern telecommunications networks. With an outer diameter (OD) of 5.5 mm, these cables are engineered for outdoor / indoor use and come equipped with 2 layers of Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) and yarn for added durability.
Cable Type: Single-Mode Fiber Optic Cable
Jacket Material: High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
Conductor Material: Glass Fiber
Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
We take pride in presenting our comprehensive range of 2 Core FTTH Single-Mode Optical Fiber Cables. These cables are crafted with precision, using top-quality materials and advanced manufacturing techniques.
Fiber optic cables serve as the backbone of modern communication networks, transmitting data via light signals. These signals travel through various modes, each defining the path the light beam takes within the fiber. There are primarily two types: single-mode and multimode fiber cables.
Single-Mode Fiber Characteristics:
Single-mode fiber is known for its simplicity. Light signals travel directly and deeply down the central core with minimal deviation. This characteristic makes single-mode fiber optic cables ideal for applications like Cable Television (CATV), Internet connectivity, and telecommunications, where efficient signal transmission through individual fibers is crucial.
Our 2 Core FTTH Single Mode Optical Fiber Cables are designed to meet the specific needs of telecom operators and ISPs. They provide high-performance connectivity and ensure that your data is transmitted reliably and efficiently.
The Importance of Fiber Optic Connectivity
In today’s world, the need for high-speed, consistent internet connectivity for individuals and enterprises. Innovations in the telecom sector have spurred the deployment of broadband network architectures.
The adoption of Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) connectivity has surged, thanks to government initiatives such as BSNL rural internet deployment, Digital India, Smart Cities, and Bharatnet. Fiber optic cables play a crucial role in expanding digital life by providing high-speed connectivity across various sectors of society and business.
Here are some common Fiber Optic Deployment Types:
- Fiber to the Home (FTTH) or Fiber to the Premise (FTTP):The fiber cable terminates where the living space begins, for instance, at a box on a home’s exterior wall, ensuring a full fiber link.
- Fiber to the Building (FTTB):Optical fiber terminates at the building’s perimeter, such as the box in an apartment building’s.
- Fiber to the Node (FTTN):Fiber optic cable terminates at the street cabinet, which could be miles away from the customer’s location, with coaxial cable used for the last mile connection.
- Fiber to the Curb or Cabinet (FTTC):Similar to FTTN, but the fiber cable terminates closer to the premises, less than a mile away, with copper wire used for the last mile connection.
- Fiber to the Antenna (FTTA):This involves feeding an antenna with optical fiber, known as fiber backhaul, to meet the high bandwidth requirements of 5G.
- Fiber to the Desk (FTTD):A common commercial fiber optic cable deployment where fiber is distributed from a telecommunication room to equipment outlets and terminated at a wall.
Applications of Fiber Optics:
Fiber optics find applications in various sectors, including:
- Computer Networking and Broadcasting :Fiber optics are widely used for their ability to transmit data with high bandwidth, enhancing computer networking and broadcasting performance.
- Internet and Cable Television :Fiber optics are commonly used to support long-distance connections between computer networks in different locations, facilitating high-speed internet and cable television services.
- Telecommunications :Fiber optic cables are crucial for telephone transmission, capable of handling thousands of conversations concurrently due to their ability to transmit energy in the form of light pulses.
- Defense/Government :The military and space industries utilize optical fiber for communication and signal transfer, in addition to temperature sensing, benefiting from the lightweight and compact nature of fiber optic cables.
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