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Master Hill fiber-optic cables have 0.2dB loss

Posted: 01 Jun 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:ttpP412? ttf711? fiber-optic cables? master hill electric wire & cable?

The TTP412 and TTF711 plastic fiber-optic cables from Master Hill Electric Wire & Cable Co. Ltd are designed for interconnects between advanced audio equipment, such as CD to MD players, MD players to amplifiers, CD players to preamplifiers, DVD players to amplifiers, or preamplifiers to amplifiers.

With a transmission loss of 0.2dB/m (max.) and bandwidth of 10MHz, the cables' cladding is made with a reflecting layer, which helps prevent phase error and noise for high-fidelity transmission without distortion.

The TTP412 has an ? of 6mm, while the TTF711 has an ? of 5.4mm. Both devices feature an insertion loss of 1.5dB (max.) and working wavelength of 650nm.

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