Fiber optic cable

Coaxial lines confine the electromagnetic wave to area inside the cable, between the center conductor and the shield. The transmission of energy in the line occurs totally through the dielectric inside the cable between the conductors. Coaxial lines can therefore be bent and twisted (subject to limits) without negative effects, and they can be strapped to conductive supports without inducing unwanted currents in them and though.

The most common use for coaxial cables is for television and other signals with bandwidth of multiple megahertz. Although in most homes coaxial cables have been installed for transmission of TV signals, new technologies (such as the ITU-T G.hn standard) open the possibility of using home coaxial cable for high-speed home networking applications (Ethernet over coax).



List of Vendors for Fiber optic cable


Tyco( TE Connectivity)

Founded: 2007, Schaffhausen, Switzerland

Website: http://www.te.com

Key Principals: Electronics and Network connectivity products

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Molex

Founded: 1938, Lisle, Illinois, US

Website: www.molex.com

Key Principals: Passive Networking and interconnect solutions

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R&M

Founded: 1964, Wetzikon, Switzerland

Website: www.rdm.com

Key Principals: Information and communications technology

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Panduit

Founded: 1955, Illinois, USA.

Website: http://www.panduit.com/

Key Principals: Passive Networking and cabling products

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Commscope

Founded: 1976, North Carolina, US

Website: www.commscope.com

Key Principals: Telecommunication and Networking equipments

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