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LC-LC Fiber Patch Cord
Flyin Optronics Co., Ltd
Flyin’s optical fiber patchcord( fiber jumper)with ISO9001 and 14001 certification ,ROHS. sometimes called a fiber optic patch cord is a length of fiber cabling fitted with LC, SC, FC,MTRJ or ST fiber connectors at each end.The LC, a smaller form factor fiber optic connector, is most commonly used. Fiber jumpers also come in ...
  • Mode Field Diameter (MFD): 9 um
  • Wavelength Range: 1310 - 1550 nm
  • Cable Length: 2 m
  • Fiber Core Material: Silica
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LMA Fiber Laser Fiber
New Pion Fiber Tech Co.,Ltd
LMA Double Clad Fiber for Fiber Lasers     LMA Ytterbium-Doped Doulbe Clad Fiber     Passive LMA Double Clad Fiber
  • Mode Field Diameter (MFD): 10-30 um
  • Wavelength Range: 190 - 2400 nm
  • Cable Length: 0 m
  • Fiber Core Material: Silica
  • NA(PTYU30/250/400FA06: 0.060 
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For the bridging of larger distances in LAN cabling as well as for FTTX applications weoffer reliable high-performance singlemode fibers. The G.657.A1 compliant fibers are compatible with installed networks and offer optimized bending properties. With lowest attenuation, perfect fiber geometry and tight fiber diameter tolerances, ...
  • Mode Field Diameter (MFD): 7.5 um
  • Wavelength Range: 1300 - 1700 nm
  • Cable Length: - m
  • Fiber Core Material: Silica
  • Cable Length: Custom 
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For the bridging of larger distances in LAN cabling as well as for FTTX applications weoffer reliable high-performance singlemode fibers. The G.657.A1 compliant fibers are compatible with installed networks and offer optimized bending properties. With lowest attenuation, perfect fiber geometry and tight fiber diameter tolerances, ...
  • Mode Field Diameter (MFD): 8.6 um
  • Wavelength Range: 1300 - 1700 nm
  • Cable Length: - m
  • Fiber Core Material: Silica
  • Cable Length: Custom 
  • ...
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For the bridging of larger distances in LAN cabling as well as for FTTX applications weoffer reliable high-performance singlemode fibers. The G.657.A1 compliant fibers are compatible with installed networks and offer optimized bending properties. With lowest attenuation, perfect fiber geometry and tight fiber diameter tolerances, ...
  • Mode Field Diameter (MFD): 9.2 um
  • Wavelength Range: 1300 - 1700 nm
  • Cable Length: - m
  • Fiber Core Material: Silica
  • Mode Field Diameter @ 1550nm: 10.4 um 
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Radiation-hard MIL-Spec multimode and singlemode fibers were specially developed for applications in for example aerospace industries in order to withstand the hazards in radiation-threatened areas or under demanding environmental conditions. All listed radiation-hard MIL-Spec fibers were tested and approved by the U.S. Defense ...
  • Mode Field Diameter (MFD): 10 um
  • Wavelength Range: 1300 - 1700 nm
  • Cable Length: 1100 m
  • Fiber Core Material: Not Specified
  • Cladding Diameter: 125 um
  • ...
Data Sheet
Radiation-hard MIL-Spec multimode and singlemode fibers were specially developed for applications in for example aerospace industries in order to withstand the hazards in radiation-threatened areas or under demanding environmental conditions. All listed radiation-hard MIL-Spec fibers were tested and approved by the U.S. Defense ...
  • Mode Field Diameter (MFD): 10 um
  • Wavelength Range: 1300 - 1700 nm
  • Cable Length: 1100 m
  • Fiber Core Material: Not Specified
  • Cladding Diameter: 125 um
  • ...
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Did You know?

Single mode fibers were invented in 1980 by a group led by Professor Huang Hongjia of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Subsequently, in 2009 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Charles K. Kao for his theoretical work on single-mode optical fibers. Single-mode fiber finds its application in long distance, higher bandwidth runs by Telcos, CATV companies, and Colleges and Universities. A peculiar property of single-mode fibers is that the transverse intensity profile at the fiber output has a fixed shape, which is independent of the launch conditions and the spatial properties of the injected light. Single Mode fiber optic cable has a small diametric core that allows only one mode of light to propagate. Because of this, the number of light reflections created as the light passes through the core decreases, lowering attenuation and creating the ability for the signal to travel faster,