AFOP releases MPO loopback assemblies

Alliance Fiber Optic Products, Inc. (AFOP) says its new line of MPO fiber-optic loopback assemblies offer an effective way to test transmitter capability and receiver sensitivity of network equipment, particularly for telecom and datacom requirements.

Alliance Fiber Optic Products, Inc. (AFOP) says its new line of MPO fiber-optic loopback assemblies offer an effective way to test transmitter capability and receiver sensitivity of network equipment, particularly for telecom and datacom requirements.

Designed for burn-in and testing of MPO network components and systems, AFOP’s MPO loopback assemblies are available in a compact housing for high-density use and are available with or without attenuation.

Standard products include a female MPO interface with 8-fiber QSFP, 12-fiber or 24-fiber, SM or MM ferrules. The company says its streamlined, ruggedized housing design provides excellent stability and reliability.

For more information on cable assemblies and suppliers, visit the Lightwave Buyer’s Guide.

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