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  • 1. Fiber Optics
    By: ZabrinaThompkins
    Fiber Optics
  • 2. This presentation will provide information about the following aspects:
    • Physical Aspects
    • 3. Performance
    • 4. Advantages and Disadvantages
    • 5. Future Expectations
    Fiber Optics
  • 6. Physical Aspects
    Fiber Optics
  • 7. Fiber Optics consists of three things:
    Outer Buffer
    Protects the fiber from bending and mechanical stress
    Cladding
    Made of pure silica glass
    Core
    Path for light to travel through
    Fiber Optics
  • 8. Modes
    Single Mode
    • Has a smaller core 8 to 10 microns
    • 9. Better for long distances
    • 10. Cladding 125 microns
    Multimode
    • Has larger core 62.5 micron
    • 11. Better for shorter distances
    • 12. Cladding 125 microns
    Fiber Optics
  • 13. Different Types of Fiber Optic Cables
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    Fiber Optics
  • 18. Performance
    Fiber Optics
  • 19. Fiber Types and Typical Specifications
    There are two factors to be concerned with when it comes to performance:
    • Attenuation
    (the loss of light)
    • Bandwidth
    (Information capacity)
    Fiber Optics
  • 20. Advantages and Disadvantages
    Fiber Optics
  • 21. Advantages
    Disadvantages
    • Completely immune from crosstalk or noise
    • 22. Very wide bandwidth which allows very large amounts of data to be sent over the cable
    • 23. Low loss
    • 24. Flexibility
    • 25. Strength
    • 26. Cost
    Fiber Optics
  • 27. Future Expectations
    Fiber Optics
  • 28.
    • Fiber Optic cabling and accessories costs are declining to a point where soon the average middle class family can afford to upgrade their telecommunication systems at a great rate.
    • 29. The demand for more technicians to convert and install a fiber optic system will go up in residential areas.
    Fiber Optics
  • 30. References for pictures
    http://w13.itrademarket.com/pdimage/26/426526_stst-012.jpg (slide 1)
    http://www.infinitecables.com/images/fiber%20cable%20diag.jpg (slide 4)
    http://www.industrialethernetu.com/images/fibertypes.gif (slide 5)
    http://rocky.digikey.com/weblib/Amp/Web%20Photo/New%20Photos/501232-3.jpg (slide 6 plastic)
    http://www.hyperline.com/img/sharedimg/cable/fo-d-in-8-1.jpg (slide 6 tight buffer)
    http://datainterfaces.com/images/products/detail/25SCSTduplexMM.jpg (slide 6 zipcord)
    http://www.markertek.com/Cables-Connectors-Adapters/Video-Cables/VGA-Cables/Blackmagic-Design/productImage/BIG/CABLE-BINTSPRO.JPG
    (slide 6 breakout)
    http://www.bombayharbor.com/productImage/0790358001268898151/Fiber_Cable_Afo_Gyxts.jpg
    (slide 6 armored)
    Fiber Optics