Multimode vs. Singlemode

Multi-mode fiber optic cable connects up to 2,000 meters when the network is operated in Full Duplex mode. It can connect up to only 200 meters in Half Duplex mode. Single mode fiber optic cable can transmit from 15,000 meters to 60,000 meters, depending on hardware and configuration.

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