WHY FIBER OPTIC TECHNOLOGY IS A SUPERIOR OPTION TO COPPER TRANSMISSION
For many years, people in the audio-visual industry have depended on copper cables to create connections between different components. However, more and more people in the industry rely on fiber optic technology as opposed to copper transmission. Why is that? There are many reasons for it right now. Check out a few of the advantages fiber optic technology provides.
FIBER OPTIC TECHNOLOGY DELIVERS BETTER PERFORMANCE.
Data rates are increasing at a rapid rate, and unfortunately, copper cables are unable to keep up with them. They aren’t capable of sending high-speed signals without racking up errors. Fiber optic technology, however, can transmit data very quickly. It’s actually capable of transmitting about 100 times the amount of data that copper cables can.
IT FEATURES THINNER AND LIGHTER CABLES.
When you hold fiber optic cables up next to copper cables, it’s clear why fiber optics are reigning supreme. The cables are about 10 percent of the size of a copper cable, and many feature jackets that are translucent. That makes fiber optic cables look like they’re invisible when you compare them to bulky copper cables.
IT’S IMMUNE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE.
EMI is a very real concern for those who are still using copper cables. When electrical signals are sent through copper cables, they can be disrupted by nearby electronic systems. This can prevent the electrical signals from reaching their destination. Nevertheless, when signals are sent through fiber optic cables, they won’t encounter EMI since they’re immune to it.
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