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Fiber-optic cable

Fiber-optic cable consists of thousands of hair-thin strands of glass or plastic, bound together inside a glass cylinder that is covered by a protective sheath. Fiber-optic cable carries data signals in the form of modulated light beams. It is virtually free from all forms of electronical interference.

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