Optical Fiber Extender is a signal extension device. Use optical fiber extenders when long-distance direct-connect cables cannot meet the transmission requirements. This ensures that long-distance signals are transmitted with minimal attenuation.
The Optical Fiber Extender has a sender and a receiver. The sender converts the input signal into an optical signal, and the receiver is responsible for converting the optical signal into the original signal, so they are often used in pairs.
In contrast, the Optical Fiber Extender has longer transmission distance, stable parameters and is not easy to change, and is more resistant to interference than traditional cable extenders.
Single-mode fiber supports short- and long-distance transmission, regardless of signal bandwidth and/or resolution (eg 1080p and 4K video). Most electronics will travel up to 10km over standard single-mode cable and can be customized up to 80km.
Multimode, on the other hand, has a much shorter maximum transmission distance, which is affected by the cable grade, as shown in the diagram above. We usually find a maximum distance between 0-300m.