How Does a Fibre Optic Cable Work?

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A fibre optic cable translates analog voice signals into digital sounds using a laser at one end switching on and off to send each bit making it possible to transmit billions of bits per second.
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Fiber optic cable works by taking the info in small little lines and making them go though faster then coax cable. The light travels though air or glass depending on the making of
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Basically, the cable uses something called the critical angle to keep light inside it. This means the cable can be bent while still allowing light to travel through it. For more info
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An optical fibre has an inner core of very pure glass and an outer core of glass with a different refractive index for protection to help contain the signal. There is often a coloured
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The light in a fiber-optic cable travels through the core by bouncing from the cladding, an
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A fiber optic cable works much the same way as an electrical cable works. The main difference is that the fiber optic cable transmits pulses of light instead of pulses of electrons. Another difference is that the fiber optic cable works far better than electrical wire is many ways.
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