Fiber Type: Single-mode to multimode conversion
Fiber Count: Typically 2 fibers (duplex)
Jacket Material: LSZH, PVC, OFNR
Connector Type: SC, LC, FC, ST, MT-RJ
Offset launch, which helps reduce model dispersion
Low Insertion Loss Connectors
Q: What is Mode Conditioning Patch Cord?
A: A Mode Conditioning Patch Cord is a type of fiber optic cable that is designed to correct the modal dispersion caused by the launch of a single-mode signal into a multimode fiber. It consists of a single-mode fiber and a multimode fiber spliced together with a small offset. The offset causes the single-mode signal to excite multiple modes in the multimode fiber, which helps to reduce the modal dispersion. Mode Conditioning Patch Cords are commonly used in Gigabit Ethernet over multimode fiber applications
Q: What features are the Mode Conditioning Patch Cord?
A: It is designed to address the issue of Differential Mode Delay (DMD) that can occur when connecting single-mode fiber to multimode fiber. It has a special offset launch that ensures a more stable and efficient connection between the two fibers. Some of the features of a Mode Conditioning Patch Cord are:
Overall, the Mode Conditioning Patch Cord is designed to improve the performance of multimode fiber optic systems by reducing modal dispersion and ensuring reliable signal transmission over long distances.
According to your needs, decide the cable length you’ll use. You need to know the distance between your devices and then decide the cable length you’ll use. The most common lengths are 1/2/3/5/10/15/30/50/100m, the cable length also can be customized
Strictly Testing Before Shipping
Inserting Loss/Return Loss detection
3D Interference Test
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