Optical Fibre Cables (OFCs) transmit data in many critical telecommunication applications. These cables are suitable for long-distance applications due to their wide bandwidth. They are also known for having high transmission rates against electromagnetic interference (EMIs). Data in the form of optic monochromatic electro-waves can be transmitted with the aid of glass waveguides.
High Resistance to Noise
OFC is highly resistant to noise partially because of the construction, which includes non-metallic glass cladding. Data is transmitted through the cladding using light pulse signals, which makes the cable immune to noise and increases the transmission rate.
Unlike copper cable systems, OFCs can be installed in a central location, and data is kept secure due to the high resistance to noise, such as EMIs. This results in the least number of corrupted data packets lost in your network system.
Longer Bandwidth Distancing
OFCs have a more extended bandwidth that allows information to be transmitted faster than networks of the highest speed using copper cables. As OFCs are made of mediums with a lower power usage rate during data transmission. OFCs can reach approximately 10km in bandwidth distance compared to copper cables' traditional 100m distance.
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