Global multimode fiber market compound annual growth rate of about 16% from 2020 to 2024
According to the latest report "Global Multimode Optical Fiber Market Analysis 2014-19 and Forecast 2020-24" by ResearchAndMarkets, the global multimode fiber market will be predicted to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of about 16%. Multimode fiber is popular because of its high reliability and high capacity, the same fiber with different reflection angles can transmit different optical signals.
The main contribution of this compound annual growth rate increase is expected to come from the IT and telecommunications departments, while the laser transmission system in the medical field and the application of light illumination and conduction have also played a role in promoting. In terms of market segmentation, different economies in Asia Pacific, including China and India, have implemented projects such as smart cities, Internet of Things, and fiber-to-the-home connectivity, so it is expected that the region will account for the largest share. Will continue.
Multimode fiber is an optical fiber that allows multiple guided mode transmissions. The core diameter of multimode optical fiber is generally 50μm / 62.5μm. Due to the larger core diameter of multimode optical fiber, different modes of light can be transmitted on one fiber. The standard wavelengths of multimode are 850nm and 1300nm, respectively. There is also a new multimode fiber standard called WBMMF (Broadband Multimode Fiber), which uses wavelengths between 850nm and 953nm.
Multimode fiber is used in small capacity and short distance systems. Although the multimode fiber has a relatively thick core, its inter-mode dispersion is large, but it limits the frequency of transmitting digital signals, and it will become more serious as the distance increases. For example, the bandwidth of 600MB / KM fiber at 2KM is only 300MB, so Multimode fiber transmission is suitable for short distance transmission.
Types Of Multimode Fiber
Multimode fiber can be divided into OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4, and the latest OM5. In optical communication, "OM" refers to "Optical Multi-mode". Optical mode is a standard for multi-mode fiber to indicate fiber grade. At present, the optical fiber patch cord standards defined by TIA and IEC are OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4, and OM5. Different grades of multimode fiber have different bandwidths and maximum distances. The general appearance can be distinguished by the color of the jacket. 62.5 / 125μm (OM1) and 50 / 125μm (OM2) are generally orange jackets. 50 / 125μm OM3 and OM4 optical fibers use aqua blue, and some manufacturers use violet, OM5 Green yellow.
OPTICO COMMUNICATION (www.fiberopticom.com) focuses on the development of fiber optic network communication product lines and provides a comprehensive solution to the fiber connectivity system components. We supply fiber optic components, such as fiber patch cord, PLC splitter, SFP， fiber transceiver, MTP/MPO, CWDM/DWDM, FTTH solution, Data center wiring solution, etc. All the products adopt strict quality standards in the production and inspection, ensuring excellent operation performance and good product stability, and safely and reliably ensuring the long-term use of products.
For more details, pls visit OPTICO website: www.fiberopticom.com .