An integrated mechanical coupling that is used to join two sections of optical fiber, or to connect the fiber to telecommunications equipment.
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With data rates now reaching 40G in data centers and up to 100G in outside-plant installations, today’s fiber architectures must contend with very tight tolerances. With such high data rates, users must ensure that optimal performance can be achieved by every network component—including the transmission equipment and the in-between links.
This application note focuses on connectors as key components that interconnect the entire network elements and how to maintain maintain them in good condition to avoid network failure.
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