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Fiber data transmission is now feasible and economical for local applications. It was once used only for backbone connections and other high bandwidth uses. Now flexible optical modules are available that can be easily installed and meet the needs of most building installations. Copper may still be used to the desktop, but fiber can carry the load from server room to data closet or wherever else high capacity is needed, locally or between buildings.
High definition video will make you think twice about your network capacity. Moving from standard to high definition could mean up to ten times the data flowing. If you add more video sources over time the numbers can be staggering. High speed data over copper can mean more noticeable interference hits as well.
If you’re carrying data in industrial, scientific, or manufacturing environments or running real-time industrial automation systems, fiber will also prevent electromagnetic interference (EMI). Optical modules are available that are shielded so the EMI benefits of fiber are not lost in translation.
Hospital, academic, and research facilities are good candidates for fiber, and they may even consider pulling “dark fiber” to be used later as quantities of data transmitted will only increase. Imaging equipment, “big data” applications, and modern patient monitoring equipment can be high volume data sources. Using flexible optical modules allows using fiber like Ethernet cables, rather than as a purely long haul, high capacity backbone resource. Fiber can even be run directly to the high data volume equipment.
Companies that use teleconferencing or unified communications applications, especially with high definition conferencing equipment, will quickly reach capacity of standard copper networking cables. Television networks and other media outlets of course will benefit enormously from replacing existing networking using these modules to swap cabling for fiber with minimal redesign.
Optical fiber data transmission can solve that problem using general purpose transmitter and receiver modules and multimode fiber to relay the data throughout a building or multi-facility campus, up to one kilometer and 14 Gbps. Fiber, using EMI-shielded modules, will also help protect against interference that may disrupt regular copper-based networking.
Transmit and Receive modules relay signals without regard to the data protocol being used. Designed to clip the fiber in using standard connectors, the laser is preprogrammed and the module is EMI-tight. Quick to install and use, they provide the endpoints of a high speed data highway wherever you need throughout facilities.