Data Transmission Fiber Optics

Data Transmission Fiber Optics

Data transmission fiber optics, simply put, is the sending and receiving of data from point-to-point via a network, thus the fundamental function of all fiber systems from small to large. Data transmission requirements range from very simple cables connecting servers or storage arrays inside a network or telecommunications system, to large multi-fiber distribution cables supporting intra-building connectivity and beyond.

For smaller, localized data transmission applications, a multitude of products are available to move data from place to place. Primarily multimode, these applications use single fibers to move multiple signals over distances, usually less than 300 meters. Depending on the particular application or system requirement, data transmission cabling can take many forms from basic simplex (SX) or duplex (DX) cable assemblies to ribbon fiber distribution cables, and various combinations of customized products.

In larger data transmission applications, data transmission can be multimode, single-mode, or a combination of the two, depending on bandwidth and transmission distance requirements. These applications generally use a higher volume or longer lengths of cabling, or in some cases both, supporting data centers, building-to-building, campuses, and carrier network communications.

Timbercon data transmission products are developed and manufactured to provide reliable, durable performance for these business critical applications. Every Timbercon product is factory terminated and tested prior to shipping, ensuring each product will meet or exceed your requirements.

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