MPO Optical Fiber Patch Cord
Summary of the MPO type optic fiber patchcord MPO type optical fiber patchcord using array technology, at the end a small output surface can output multiple channel light, the output channel general are 2, 4, 8, 12 cores, pigtail use the ribbon fiber form, multiple core surface use high...
1. Summary of the MPO type optic fiber patchcord
MPO type optical fiber patchcord using array technology, at the end a small output surface can output multiple channel light, the output channel general are 2, 4, 8, 12 cores, pigtail use the ribbon fiber form, multiple core surface use high precision positioning pin, so that the multi-path optical fiber alignment can be accuracy, while reducing installation time and cost
2.Feature of the MPO type optic fiber patchcord
1)High precision positioning pin,insure multi-path optical fiber alignment be accuracy
2)Low insertion loss
3)High return loss
3. Applications of the MPO type optic fiber patchcord
1)Multiple, miniaturization of the optical fiber communication field
2)high speed optical fiber communication
3)integrated optical package
4. Technical data of the MPO type optic fiber patchcord
MPO Female (pinless)
MPO Female (pinless)
OS2 9/125μm SM
APC to APC
Minimum Bend Radius
0.35dB Max (0.15dB Typ.)
Attenuation at 1310nm
Attenuation at 1550nm
Installation Tensile Load
Long-Term Tensile Load
-10°C to +70°C
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6. Latest news
Iskratel unveils PON blades to enable next-generation network upgrades
February 8, 2018 By Lightwave Online
European broadband technology provider Iskratel has unveiled two universal next-generation PON products. The 8-port multi-PON blade and the 16-port GPON blade are designed to enable a profitable, controlled upgrade to next-generation networks, including NG-PON2 and XGS-PON.
The 8-port multi-PON blade concurrently supports NG-PON2 and XGS-PON technologies, making replacement of the existing PONinfrastructure unnecessary, Iskratel attests. The NG-PON blade is flexible enough for operators to build on their current GPON shelves, offering a pay-as-you-grow, gradual expansion to next-gen networks, the company adds.
The 8-port multi-PON blade and the 16-port GPON blade will both be launched at the FTTH Conference Europe February 13-15 in Valencia, Spain. Iskratel says it plans to introduce its Innbox G108 home gateway, complementing access to gigabit, ultra-broadband services over NG-PON by delivering Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the premises, at the event as well.
"Operators are looking to upgrade their networks to be able to offer competitive broadband services which keep up with growing bandwidth demands, without the hassle of replacing their current optical infrastructure – and this is exactly what our latest advancements in our PON solutions enable," said Damjan Slapar, Iskratel CTO. "Our solutions ensure complete reuse of existing infrastructure and coexist with previously employed PON technologies, empowering operators to remain ahead of user demands, as needs develop and use cases dictate."
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