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In the construction of modern communication networks, fiber optic cables have been at a dominant position in recent years, such as the FTTH cable. These cables commonly use quartz fiber as the raw material. Currently, the plastic optical fiber (POF) … Continue reading
Fiber optic cable consists of glass fibers, allowing for significantly higher transfer speeds compared to copper. The cable uses glass fibers instead of copper wires to transmit conversation and data. Glass cables need to be custom-cut so that they have … Continue reading
What is plastic optical fiber? Plastic Optical Fiber (POF) is definitely an optical fiber which is made out of plastic. Because the late 1990s however, much higher-performance POF based on per fluorinated polymers has begun to appear available on the … Continue reading
The plastic optical fiber (POF) constituts that the optical fiber core and cladding are made of plastic material. Compared with large core diameter 50/125um and 62.5/125um quartz glass multimode fiber, plastic optical fiber core diameter is up to 200-1000um, while … Continue reading