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Photonics Buyers' Guide / Single-Mode, Multifiber Fiber Optic Connectors
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Single-Mode, Multifiber Fiber Optic Connectors


Market Data for Companies in This Category
Countries
19
United States:
3
Japan:
2
Germany:
2
China:
1
France:
OTHER: 3
US States
4
California:
4
Massachusetts:
2
Illinois:
2
Florida:
1
Tennessee:
OTHER: 17
Capabilities
18
Stock Manufacturers:
10
Suppliers/Distributors:
5
Custom Manufacturers:
1
Designer:
Average Number of Employees: 227


The Photonics Buyers' Guide is a comprehensive resource for verified providers of Single-Mode, Multifiber Fiber Optic Connectors. Profiles and contact information for manufacturers and suppliers are provided by the companies and verified by our editors. If you have updated information about any of the organizations listed, please contact us.
Glossary
  • connector Hardware installed on fiber cable ends to provide cable attachment to a transmitter, receiver or other cable. Usually a device that can be connected and disconnected repeatedly.  
  • multifibers An array of optically distinct fibers that are fused into one strand. They are used to keep the resolution efficiency of the smaller, single fibers and eliminate difficulty in handling. Their specific usage is determined by their flexibility or...
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