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How to Distinguish Coaxial Cable and Fiber Optic Cable?

Coaxial cable and fiber optic cables are all widely used in network and communication as transmission medium. Both of them have similar appearance but different formation in structure. To tell one from another, you have to get familiar with the structures of them. And apart from the structure, they are also different in performance and application.Difference between coaxial cable and fiber optic cableStructureBasically, a coaxial cable is comprised of several layers of insulated wire that wraps with central copper conductors. Structurally, it includes four parts inside, they are solid conductor wire, a layer of insulation, a grounding conductor and a layer of exterior insulation. Fiber optic cable is made of a fiber core, strengthen components and protective lays. The fiber core inside fiber optic cable is made by silica mixed with germanium, phosphorus and other materials, which is a very thin and soft fiber or multiple fibers. The outer layer is made of pure silica, which refrac..

What Is GYTY53 Fiber Optic Cable?

Definition of GYTY53 fiber optic cableGYTY53 fiber optic cable is the type of fiber optic cable used to transmit data over is long distance. Normally, the fiber cables are buried underground to minimize the chances of any external damages.  Consequently, this type of fiber cable has been in the market for the last three years and it has experienced a significant market demand. Due to its exceptional performance, more technicians now recommend it over the other similar fiber cables. Description of GYTY53 fiber optic cableFiber optic cable GYTY53, 2~144 fibers, central strength member (steel), jelly filled, fiber contained loose tube and PP filler (if necessary) stranded, water blocking tape, PE inner sheath, longitudinally covered by copolymer coated steel tape, PE outer sheath. It is found in two different types:  single mode GYTY53 cable and multimode GYTY53 cables.GYTY53 fiber cable is stranded loose tube structure with steel tape double sheaths, the loose tube strandi..

What Is GJBFJH Break-out Optical Fiber Cable?

Definition of GJBFJH break-out optical fiber cableGJBFJH break-out optical fiber cable is a type of the fiber optic cable that uses a simplex cable as well as the aramid yarn and tighter buffer.  These components offer the necessary strength in this type of fiber optic cable.  Consequently, it contains a reinforced plastic at the central part which is a non-metallic member.  Additionally, the GJBFJH break-out optical fiber cable has an LSZH or PVC jacket which protects the inner part from external damage. Description of GJBFJH break-out optical fiber cableGJBFJH Break-out optical fiber cable (Multi-fiber Breakout Indoor Cable) cable structure is single mode or multimode optical fiber placed in the middle of the two non-metallic reinforcement layer of flame-retardant polyethylene extruded after ethylene sheath (LSZH). The cable structure is compact and has excellent high-temperature performance, with superior tensile strength, fiber reinforcements with exce..

What Is GYXC8Y Fiber Optic Cable?

Definition of GYXC8Y Fiber Optic CableGYXC8Y fiber optic cable is a type of fiber optic cable that contains a central tube and resembles figure 8 in shape. This type of fiber cable is a self-supported since it has a metallic part and a messenger wire on the side.  However, installation of this type of fiber cable is very expensive and requires technical knowledge to do it. Despite being expensive to purchase and installation, GYXC8Y fiber optic cable has a large demand in the market due to its great features. As a matter of fact, GYXC8Y fiber optic cable has changed the face of telecommunication industry today.Description of GYXC8Y Fiber Optic CableIt is found in two different types:  single mode GYXC8Y cable and multimode GYXC8Y cables. GYXC8Y fiber cable is stranded loose tube structure with steel tape double sheaths, the loose tube stranding technology makes the fibers have good secondary excess length and allow the fibers free movement in the tube, which keeps the fi..
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