Fiber jumpers have a wide range of applications, which I believe is not unfamiliar to everyone. So what are single-mode fiber jumpers and multimode fiber jumpers? Let's take a look together.
Single-mode fiber jumpers are widely used, with various types, generally used for network connections with long-distance transmission and high bandwidth requirements. The core diameter of the single-mode fiber jumper is particularly small, with only one optical transmission path.
Multimode fiber jumpers use multimode fibers, both ends are equipped with connectors, used to connect from the device to the fiber optic cabling link. It has a thicker protective layer and is generally used to connect between optical terminal devices and terminal boxes.
Single-mode fiber jumpers can achieve lower attenuation, making the signal propagate faster and farther. In addition, it has the characteristics of low insertion loss, good environmental adaptability, high data transmission rate, and support for simplex or duplex connector types.
We know that between the two fiber optic patch cord types, the cost of multimode fiber jumpers is much lower than that of single-mode fiber jumpers. In addition, it has the characteristics of low insertion loss, good repeatability, good interconnect performance, and good temperature stability.
Application of Single-mode Fiber Jumpers
Single-mode fiber jumpers are suitable for long-distance, high-bandwidth data transmission and low-loss cabling environments. Therefore, single-mode fiber jumpers are widely used in communication networks, high-speed metropolitan area access networks, and networks that support high-speed video, data, and voice services.
Application of Multimode Fiber Jumpers
Multimode fiber jumpers are suitable for short-distance data transmission environments. Therefore, multimode fiber jumpers are usually used in fiber optic communication systems, fiber optic access networks, fiber optic data transmission, fiber optic CATV, LAN, testing equipment, and fiber optic sensors.
Low insertion loss single-mode fiber jumpers, low insertion loss multimode fiber jumpers, and one-tube two-core fiber jumpers.
The price of single-mode fiber jumpers is higher, while the price of multimode fiber jumpers is relatively cheaper, mainly because the types of fiber and transmission distances they use are different.