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What is the difference between fiber optic connectors and RF coaxial connectors?
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A fiber optic connector is a detachable (active) connection between an optical fiber and an optical fiber. The two ends of the optical fiber are precisely butted together so that the optical energy output from the transmitting optical fiber can be coupled to the receiving optical fiber to the maximum extent. It also minimizes the impact on the system due to its involvement in the optical link, which is a basic requirement for fiber optic connectors. To some extent, fiber optic connectors also affect the reliability and performance of optical transmission systems.

An RF coaxial connector (hereinafter referred to as an RF connector) is generally considered to be an element attached to a cable or mounted on an instrument as an electrical connection or separate component of the transmission line. It is a mechatronic product. Simply put, it mainly serves as a bridge.
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