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What Is The Difference Between Network And Carrier Grade Fiber Optic Patch Cord?
Oct 12, 2017

What is the difference between a network-level and a carrier-class Fiber Optic Patch Cord? A Fiber Optic Patch Cord is used to make a jump line from a device to a fiber-optic cabling link. The Fiber Optic Patch Cord can be viewed as a wire in a circuit. Reflection, which is equivalent to the light beam tied to the fiber, so that the light you want it to go to the place.

Fiber Optic Patch Cord are divided into network-level and carrier-class, first of all first under the network-level Fiber Optic Patch Cord, the network level slightly worse than the carrier level, the worse reason is the attenuation larger. Network-level jumper generally requires very low, will be lost in the transmission package.

The network level is slightly worse than the carrier level, simply say that the attenuation is bigger. Network-level jumper is generally low (in the transmission will be lost, the data are generally large and 0.2DB) Carrier-class jumper relative to the network level is much better, because it's small attenuation. It is not easy to lose data. Like China Netcom, Mobile, China Unicom, Nokia, their servers are all carrier-class jumper. If you are using the video transceiver, we recommend that you select a telecom-level jumper.

Network-level jumper and carrier-class jumper approach, in this as everyone leaked about the secret. In fact, the network-level jumper and carrier-class jumper, the practice is the same, but the carrier-class jumper in the grinding when more than a change process, the network jumper grinding 4 processes. Carrier-grade grinding of 5 processes. Oh, this is the inside of the Fiber Optic Patch Cord. In fact, when the production, the cost is about the same, but the carrier level than the network-level jumper a lot higher.

If you choose the Fiber Optic Patch Cord is used in the video Guangduan Ji above, it is recommended to select the telecommunications level jumper, the general carrier-class index is less than 0.3dB loss of insertion loss loss.