Communication cable recycling is manufactured to meet optical, mechanical or environmental performance specifications. It is a communication cable assembly that uses one or more optical fibers placed in a sheath as a transmission medium and can be used individually or in groups. . The optical cable is mainly composed of optical fiber (thin glass fiber as thin as hair) and plastic protective sleeve and plastic sheath. There is no metal such as gold, silver, copper and aluminum in the optical cable, and there is generally no recycling value. An optical cable is a type of communication line in which a certain number of optical fibers form a cable core according to a certain method, which is sheathed with an outer sheath and some which are also covered with an outer sheath for optical signal transmission. That is: a cable formed by an optical fiber (light transmission carrier) through a certain process. The basic structure of an optical cable is generally composed of a cable core, a reinforced steel wire, a filler, and a sheath. In addition, there are components such as a waterproof layer, a buffer layer, and an insulated metal wire as required.
Communication optical cable is a kind of communication carrier. It is the same as the wires we usually use, except that electrical signals are transmitted by electrical wires, and optical signals are transmitted by optical cables. All the electronic signal data we use now can be converted by electrical-optical conversion. It is transmitted on the optical cable, and finally converted into electronic data through optical-electric conversion, and then sent to your terminal. This terminal can be a computer, television, telephone or any other electronic equipment.