Fiber

Difference Between Single-Mode and Multi-Mode Fiber Cabling

Fiber Optic cabling comes in two basic modes, Single-Mode and Multi-mode. While both modes have different characteristics and serve different purposes, their structural makeup is still the same; an inner core made of purified silica glass, an outer glass known as cladding, and protection by buffer or jacket. For those designing industrial networking systems, a thorough understanding of the differences between single-mode and multimode fiber cabling is vital. 

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