Gore's Fiber Optic 1.8mm Simplex Cables Achieve Nextgen Performance in Durable, Lightweight Package

September 16 2019

Gore aerospace fiber optic cables, 1.8 mm simplex by W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (Gore) are proven to perform at the highest levels in the most challenging civil aviation environments. These cables reliably transfer critical data on high-speed avionics networks up to 100 Gbps and beyond, while providing significant weight and cost savings over traditional copper cable and ruggedized fiber optic cables.

With the advancements in modern digital networks and passenger demand for faster access to in-flight entertainment (IFE), cables need to deliver higher data rates over longer distances. At the same time, they need to provide consistent signal integrity in less space and at lower weight.

"As onboard systems become more data intensive, the speed demands are simply beyond physics of copper cable," said Jeremy Moore, Global Product Specialist with Gore. "Our Fiber Optic solution provides significant weight and cost savings over the life of an aircraft, while meeting the rigorous demands of in-flight operation."

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