Gigabit Ethernet multimode fiber

Feb. 1, 1999

Gigabit Ethernet multimode fiber

Infinicor 300 optical fiber is a 62.5-micron fiber designed to transmit at Gigabit Ethernet speeds to 300 m at 850 nm, and to 550 m at 1300 nm. The fiber is suitable for centralized cabling, riser, and fiber-to-the-desk applications. Infinicor 600 is a 50-micron fiber designed to transmit at speeds to 600 m in both the 850- and 1300-nm windows. It is suitable for local area network applications including backbone, campus, riser, centralized cabling, and fiber-to-the-desk.

Corning Inc.

Corning, NY

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