How do you classify fiber optic cable?

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CBOGmbh
Asked Nov 24, 2016
There are three basic classifications of Fiber Optic Cable: 1. step-index multimode
2. graded-index multimode 3. single-mode.
A mode is essentially a path that light can follow down the fiber.

Step-index fiber has a core with one index of refraction and a cladding with a second index. Read More regarding fiber optic Equipment Here - https://optronix.in/sumitomo-splicing-machine.php

Hi,
It's very simple to classify a fiber optic cable.

Optical fiber falls into three basic classifications: step-index multimode, graded-index multimode, and single mode. A mode is essentially a path that light can follow down the fiber. Step-index fiber has a core with one index of refraction, and a cladding with a second index.

Previously I had the same doubt when I bought some mediacl cables the retailer suggested me to buy from Peter's Technology. So I asked about the difference & classification & he cleared me in a good way.

Thank you
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Answered Mar 09, 2017

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Answered Jan 21, 2020
Three basic classifications of optical fiber are :
Step-index multimode, graded-index multimode, and single-mode.
A mode is essentially a path that light can follow down the fiber. Step-index fiber has a core with one index of refraction, and a cladding with a second index.
Sparity
Answered Jul 27, 2021

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