Connector Insertion Loss

1. Total Optical Power Loss caused by insertion of an optical component such as a connector, splice, or couple into a previously continuous path. 2. The loss in the power of a signal that results from inserting a passive component into a previously continuous path. Examples of such passive devices are connectors, inline star couplers and splices.




Related Terms
Angular Misalignment Loss,   Axial Misalignment Loss,   Back Reflection Optical Return Loss,   Bend Loss,   Biconic Connector,   Connector,   Connector ,   Connector Body,   Connector Induced Fiber Loss,   Connector Insertion Loss,  

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