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Fiber Optic Equipment & Accessories

The fiber optic equipment & accessories section includes an assortment of products that utilize fiber optics media for the fundamental transmission process of conducting, amplifying, attenuating, multiplexing and switching light signals.
Fiber Optic Amplifiers (20 Companies)
Fiber Optic Amplifier is an optical device for amplifying a plurality of channels of signals so as to compensate for their loss when they propagate through an optical transmission line in an optical communication system.
Adapter configures a plug to adjust to a specific socket. Attenuator is an electronic device that reduces the amplitude or power of a signal without distorting its waveform. Electrical Termination: ending a wire or cable properly to prevent interference.
Fiber Optic Cables use light beams to transmit information, as opposed to electrical signals, which travel over metal wires. The benefit of using Fiber Optic Cables in an audio system is their immunity to electromagnetic interference.
Fiber Optic Couplers (50 Companies)
A component that interconnects number of fiber optic cables to provide a bidirectional system. A fiber optic passive device that divides an antenna signal to feed two or more receivers, or combines two or more antenna signals to feed a single down lead.
Fiber Optic Detectors (41 Companies)
A fiber optic detector is a device that produces an electrical output that is a measure of the radiation incident on the device, converting optical energy (Light) into electricity.
A quick connect/disconnect assembly used to interconnect: a light source to a fiber optic cable.
Fiber Optic Light Sources (58 Companies)
A primary light source for generating controlled series of electrical pulses or a single pulse. Pulse generators are used in a variety of applications in both the lab and production lines also found in testing semiconductor devices, as well as RF devices.
Graded-index cylindrically shaped section of optical fiber with a length corresponding to the pitch of the undulations of light waves caused by the graded refractive index, the light beam being injected via fibers at an off-axis end-point on the radius.
Fiber Optic Transceivers include both a transmitter and a receiver. The parallel arrangement allows them operate independently. Both the receiver and the transmitter have their own circuitry so that they can handle transmissions in both directions.
Fiber Optic Sensors (47 Companies)
A fiber-optic sensor system consists of a fiber-optic cable connected to a remote sensor, or amplifier. Fiber-optic sensors are a good choice for applications characterized by minimal space, adverse environment, or EMI and RFI.
Fiber optic equipment or tools used to test, detect, measure, probe, analyze, calibrate, and monitor data in systems.

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