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 Can you use single mode fiber cable with a multimode transceiver if you need to?

Answer Yes you can use single mode fiber cable with a multimode transceiver if you need to; however, you are going to have limited functionality. The multimode transceiver is only going to work in single ... Read More »
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What is a single mode fiber?

Single mode fiber is optical cable that transmits light through a narrow diameter of glass and requires only a single cable. Single mode fiber is used when high transmission rates and long distan... Read More »
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Can DSL run through fiber-optic cable?

A digital subscriber line (DSL) Internet connection cannot run through fiber-optic cable because it is not capable of converting its data from analog to digital, and then back to analog.References:... Read More »
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What is the size of a fiber optic cable?

In 2010, fiber optic cables are typically 125 microns (0.005 inches) in diameter. Single-mode cables have an 8.5 micron (0.003 inch) core, while multi-mode cables have a 62.5 micron (0.002 inch) co... Read More »
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How fast is fiber optic cable?

Light within a fiber-optic cable travels at 186,000 miles per second, equivalent to the speed of light. The data transmission speed varies, depending on the nature of the cable. Bell Laboratories t... Read More »
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