Fiber Optic Connectivity
What is Fiber Optic Connectivity ?
is a type of high-speed data transmission cable that uses thin strands of glass or plastic fibers to transmit light signals over long distances. The core of a fiber optic cable is made of a high-quality glass or plastic material that allows light to pass through it with minimal loss of signal strength. The core is then surrounded by a cladding material that helps to keep the light signal within the core, and an outer protective layer made of a durable material such as Kevlar or Teflon.
Use of fiber optic cable
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Fiber optic cable is used for high-speed data transmission in a wide range of applications.