Fiber optic cables have been around for a long time. They are preferred by many individuals as they are lightweight and resistant to weather conditions. They are also very thin and small thus have very few data blockages.
MTRJ/MTRJ: it features a small form of MTRJ connector and latching design that allows you to make easy connections even in patch panels. MTRJ cables come with two fibers that ensure that you have a near-perfect connection. These cables are often used in Ethernet and multimedia applications.
LC/SC: this is suitable for high-bandwidth applications. It supports 10 Gbps dataspeeds for up to 300 meters. The cable uses VCSEL light sources that operate at 850 nm. The cable also supports backward flow of information which makes it possible for it to be used in 50/125 network equipments.
Digital audio: it was originally created by Toshiba in order to link CD players to receivers. The unique thing with this cable is that the core is made from cost-effective plastic. The most common plastic used in plexiglass. The cold thing with the cable is that it's immune to interference which makes shielding unnecessary. They also don't cause distortion or signal loses.
Although, it's rare for the cables to get damaged or broken, they often be affected by dust, dirt and other contaminants. The cold thing is that you can do away with these contaminants by cleaning the cables.
So the first thing you need to do is determine how your influencer fits into the decision process (if at all), and how much influence they have. Use the following questions during the qualification stage to determine this: