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Can MTP® connectors replace MPO connectors?

Yes, the US Conec MTP® connector fully complies with the MPO standard, and can reach a higher level of performance compared with the general MPO connector.

About 25G WDM typical application

In order to save fiber resources and provide high bandwidth and high output optical power, we proposed a 25Gbps BIDI solution with integrated wavelength division multiplexing function.
In the 100G DWDM optical transmission system, it is recommended to use 100G to 4x25G AOC and 25G OEO products to convert 100G Ethernet signals into 4 25G WDM wavelength signals. Because the dispersion tolerance of 25G DWDM optical modules is very small, the use of TDCM based on Gires-Tournois etalon technology can effectively compensate for dispersion problems.

What is the difference between the MTP connector and MPO connector of the optical fiber jumper?

OPTKO fiber optic patch cord connectors are made of American Conec MTP connectors and Japanese Senko MPO connectors. Among them, the excellent performance of the American Conec MTP connector makes it fully comply with the MPO standard.

What is the bending radius limit of the cable, especially the area closest to the connector?

The minimum bending radius of multimode cables is 7.5mm; the minimum bending radius of single mode cables is 10mm. At the same time, the sheath of the MTP®/MPO fiber jumper can also be bent, with a maximum bending angle of 90°, which can be used to protect the cable from damage.

What is fiber polarity?

Generally, an optical link requires two optical fibers to complete the entire transmission process. For example, the optical module includes the receiving end and the transmitting end.

It must be ensured that the receiving end and the transmitting end are in an interconnected state, and the matching between the transmitting end (TX) and the receiving end (Rx) at both ends of the optical fiber link is called polarity.

For pre-terminated, high-density wiring systems, such as MTP® connection systems, the polarity issue must be highly valued. Knowledge of fiber polarity can maximize the management and optimization of your network connection.

What is the difference between OFNP and LSZH outer sheath?

OFNP (Plenum) is the highest flame retardant grade. It is used in the installation environment of optical cables that need to pass through air-conditioning ducts. When burning or at extremely high temperatures, the cables will not emit toxic smoke or steam. LSZH (low-smoke and halogen-free) cable sheath is composed of thermosetting, used in low-smoke, low-corrosive gas application environment, has low-smoke, halogen-free characteristics in heating environment, can play a role in anti-virus.

Application of Base-8 MTP/MPO Structured Wiring.

At present, there are three types of transmission links based on Base-8 MTP/MPO structured cabling: dual fiber transmission links (that is, 10G to 10G), parallel multi-fiber transmission links (that is, 40G-40G or 100G-100G), Dual fiber to parallel multi-fiber transmission link (that is, 10G-40G or 10G/25G-100G network upgrade).