Fiber optic box is made up of thin filaments of glass that allow light to traverse from one end of the box to the other. They allow data to be transmitted at high speeds over great distances.
One of the fiber optical box is known as single-mode fiber which carries a single ray of light for long distances. A single-mode box can run from a few meters to 40 kilometers before needing a boost from a repeater. A multi-mode fiber optic box is used for much shorter ranges, partly because of the cheaper cost of the optical sources.
The optical equipment on either end limits the speed of a fiber optic network. Higher end equipment can support higher speeds at much greater distances. A fiber optic network can be upgraded to greater speed just by changing the optical equipment.
Some of the most popular uses of fiber optic boxs are listed below.
Surgery and Dentistry
Fiber optic boxs are widely used in the fields of medicine and research. People consider optical communication as an important part of non-intrusive surgical methods. In such applications, a minute, bright light is used to light up the surgery area within the body, making it possible to reduce the number and size of incisions made. Fiber optics are also used in microscopy and biomedical research.
Military and Space Applications
With the high level of data security required in military and aerospace applications, fiber optic boxs offer the ideal solution for data transmission in these areas.