LC Fixed Type Attenuator
The ability of any fiber optic system to transmit data ultimately depends on the optical power at the receiver as shown below, which shows the data link bit error rate as a function of optical power at the receiver. (BER is the inverse of signal-to-noise ratio, e.g. high BER means poor signal to noise ratio.) Either too little or too much power will cause high bit error rates.
Too much power, and the receiver amplifier saturates, too little and noise becomes a problem as it interferes with the signal. Fiber optic attenuators are mainly used for adjusting the Optical Power to a desired level. Attenuators are available in models with variable attenuation or with fixed values from a few dB to 20 dB or more.
*Fixed Attenuator (Fixed Type FC, SC, ST, LC)
*Female to male type ( FC, SC, ST, LC)
*In-Line Attenuator (Fused and Fiber Jumpers Type)
*High Return Loss (In-Line and High RL Type)
*Exact and Stable Attenuation (Variable Type)
1. Low insertion loss Deviation
2. Fiber Optic Communication Systems
3. Variable of attenuation ways and a bound of connector types
4. Fixed type
5. Local Area Networks(LANs)