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Fiber Optic Connector Considerations for Professional Audio
The employment of fiber optic technology is emerging rapidly in professional audio. Since this technology is relatively new to audio, we must consider which fiber optic connectors (FOCs) are likely to succeed in professional audio. We must first examine the 20 year long track record of usage in the telephone industry and then make some decisions on selecting the proper FOCs for professional audio standardization. There are many types of FOCs being used today, but seven are dominant in the field of communications. This paper examines the seven dominant FOC types and gives a conclusion on which types of FOCs will most likely succeed in professional audio.
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