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Aerospace and Avionics

Fiber Optics for Aerospace and Avionics

Due to the requirement of high density, stable performance and cost effective fiber optic connections in aerospace and avionics, MPO/MTP fiber optic cables and equipment are more and more used quickly in these areas.

Modern adoption of fiber optic in aerospace and avionics require the designer to reduce the size and weight of the equipment while increasing performance and bandwidth, usually there is also requirement for harsh conditions and demanding environment, our MTP/MPO multi fiber products and armored/rugged design are ideal for these applications.

What is more, our experienced expert team can design, develop, manufacture, deploy, and maintain the MTP/MPO fiber optic systems that are ideally suited for your specific needs.

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Carrier Networks

Carrier Networks and Fiber Optics

Verizon, Sprint and AT&T are all examples of communications service providers that work with their own carrier networks. Most of these carrier networks are using or are currently switching over to fiber optics so that more data can be sent in less time. These networks are regulated and the companies operating them have licenses to operate these telecommunication systems. A carrier network consists of interconnected complex hardware that allows the network to send communication over vast geographic areas.

A lot of data must be carried with these networks over huge distances. The backbone of the network uses fiber optics as a medium. While some companies still use copper, this is being phased out quickly as the benefits of fiber are too great to ignore. Other methods of providing Internet service include cable, satellite and wireless technology.

Today’s mobile device society counts on updated and reliable carrier networks to meet the heavy demands. Bandwidth updates and the ability to switch from a Sonet to an IP infrastructure in a cost-effective way are all available with fiber.

Optical fiber and the MTP/MPO products are used by national carriers to deliver telephone service on a carrier’s network while a local carrier carries the voice transmission through fiber from the switch at the central office to an individual home or a neighborhood.

Anyone that has cable television in their home is also relying on fiber for the delivery of the data services and the digital video. Broadband signals can be transmitted at a very high bandwidth when fiber is used and we can thank fiber for its ability to deliver high definition telecasts.

More and more carrier networks are rolling out fiber technology to replace their old copper systems as are other fields such as the military, the automotive industry and the biomedical field. Fiber has also become indispensable when it comes to transportation systems using automated tollbooths, message signs and smart traffic lights.

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Interconnect and Fiber Optics

MPO/MTP Fiber optic connectors and cables are commonly used in the board level interconnect for a variety of applications. Due to the ever-increasing demand of bandwidth and high density fiber connections, the unique performance characteristics of MTP/MPO make it a natural choice to move onto the PCB of computing systems, core routers, and data center servers.

In the nowadays, the 40G and 100G fiber optic systems are being deployed fast, with QSFP and CXP transceivers and connection ports more and more used. The MTP/MPO fiber optic connectors and cables have been the standard solution to use with QSFP/CXP. For even higher density areas, the MTP/MPO based cables and equipment are being used to aggregate optical fibers for greater input/output density than ever made before. Our high density MTP/MPO are chosen by leading players in the field.

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Data Centers

Data Centers and Fiber Optics

Data centers around the world can no longer count on older technology and need to upgrade to fiber optic solutions if they haven’t already. There is a huge disparity between the network systems of today and yesterday and innovative technologies must come into play in order for companies to remain competitive and meet the internal requirements of their data centers.

Copper used to be the go-to solution for data centers but that time has long gone. Copper transceivers consume approximately 10 times as much power as their rival fiber transceivers. Fiber optics provides power along with cost-efficiency and is used extensively nowadays in structured data center cabling environments.

Fiber also provides greater bandwidth with no errors when data needs to travel a long distance. It is also easier to test, weighs less and takes up less space than its copper counterpart. Fiber leads the way to high speed network protocols and interfaces through its ability to support higher rates of data. In most cases, laser optimized OM4 and OM3 is usually recommended due to their capabilities to handle more bandwidth.

MPO connectors are commonly used for backbone cabling and can directly link the active devices to the cabling. In fact, the connector format of the MPO has become an industry standard and they are available in a number of styles. MTP connectors are often used to customize card edges of equipment, patch panels and breakout modules.

Nowadays, a data center must rely on its Internet fiber optic connection to a number of different providers. This provides redundancy and multiple cables must be used to make connections with these other communication networks. The racks in the data center accept the incoming cables, which then connect to routers and the data center’s servers. Fiber optic technology allows large amounts of data to be sent at a speed of 10-100 GB/s.

The goal of any data center is to avoid as much latency as possible while moving data at lightning speeds. The need to send data quickly in vast amounts is becoming more crucial every day and the field of fiber optics is constantly being updated with new products that can deliver more speed.

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Telecommunications and FTTX

Telecommunications and FTTX

Fiber optic networks are deployed rapidly in different countries across over the world. The MPO/MTP cables are increasingly being used in FTTA, FTTH and other telecommunications areas.

FTTX applications need a lot of multi fiber trunk cables and breakout cables, and most everything in between. We make a wide range of MPO/MTP cables supporting FTTX systems from central control room all the way to the subscriber locations. We also have the circular MPO/MTP connectors and cables with ODVA sealed structure to support fiber to the antenna use, this is popular product chosen by the telecommunication operators.

We have developed a series of MTP/MPO cassettes, patch panels, ODF, frames and closures, together with our UPC and APC type MTP/MPO connectors and cables, these MPO/MTP single mode and multimode devices are new and suitable solution to aggregate fibers for prompt deployment and management in FTTX and telecommunication networks.