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Especially in data centers, it is important to transfer high data rates quickly and securely – preferably in the smallest possible area. The MTP ® (Multi Termination Plug) connectors offer exactly this: With their SFF (Small Form Factor) design, they achieve the highest possible packing density and at the same time on the smallest surface. Learn more about MTP® connectors and cables from our product expert Jan Behrend in this webinar. We clarify the question of why female and male connectors are available and what role MTP® couplings play in this. In addition, we go into the most common MTP® codes, type (1 : 1) and type B (crossover), and teach you what 8- and 12-fiber MTP® assemblies are all about. Let‘s build an exemplary MTP® channel with LC connectors together. The lecturer explains how to structure this space-saving fiber optic installation and embed it in the cabling system.
- Male/Female Connector
- MTP® Coding
- Structure of the MTP® transceivers
- MTP® 8-fiber and MTP® 12-fiber
- Why in the main on LC connectors
- MTP® couplings
- Example MTP® channel structures
As a technical support and copper expert, Eugen Ptoszek, as a member of EFB-Elektronik's product management team, regularly makes his many years of experience as well as his sound specialist knowledge available for practical and user questions.