Fiber optic cables are made up of one or more transparent fibers that are surrounded by protective covers and strength members. Signals, such as light, can travel through fiber optic cables without being interfered with.
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3. Tight-buffered Breakout/Distribution Cable
4. Why Use Fiber Cables instead of Copper Cables?
5. Fiber Optic Connector Types
6. Fiber Optic Cables Applications