Optical fiber jumpers are used to make jumpers from equipment to optical fiber wiring links. Optical fiber jumpers can be regarded as wires in the circuit. They use the total reflection in the optical fiber, which is equivalent to binding light in the optical fiber, thereby Direct the light where you want it to go.
Optical fiber jumpers are divided into network grade and carrier grade. First of all, for the network grade optical fiber jumper, the network grade is slightly worse than the carrier grade, and the reason for the poorer is that the attenuation is larger. Network-level fiber optic patch cords generally have very low requirements and will lose packets in transmission.
The network level is slightly worse than the carrier level, which simply means that the attenuation is larger. Network-level fiber jumpers generally have very low requirements (packets will be lost during transmission, and data is generally greater than 0.2DB).
Carrier-grade fiber optic patch cords are relatively much better than network-grade fiber optic patch cords, because they have low attenuation and are less prone to data loss. Like China Netcom, China Mobile, China Unicom, and Nokia, all their servers use carrier-grade fiber optic patch cords. To use it on the video optical transceiver, it is recommended that you choose a carrier-grade fiber optic patch cord.
The practice of network-grade fiber optic patch cords and carrier-grade fiber optic patch cords will be revealed to you here.
In fact, the network-level fiber optic patch cord and the carrier-level fiber optic patch cord are the same in practice, except that the carrier-level fiber optic patch cord has a different process when grinding, and the network fiber optic patch cord has 4 processes of grinding. Carrier-grade grinding has 5 processes. This is the inside story of making fiber jumpers.
In fact, at the time of production, the cost is similar, but the carrier-grade fiber patch cord is much higher than the network-grade fiber patch cord.
If the fiber jumper you choose is used on the video optical transceiver, it is recommended to choose a carrier-grade fiber-optic jumper. The general carrier-grade indicator is that the insertion loss is less than 0.3dB and the return loss is large.
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