Fiber optic cabling works like a jumper cables where two ends connect. It is a single strand of fibre and electrical energy flows through to the other side. There are several types of connectors, which transfer binary information from one end to one side to. Commonly, LEDs use connectors that are higher-level and do not require fiber optics operators. The speed at which light moves differs from the speed at which we see it. A fiber optic cable operates similarly to water. That is, a fiber optic cable bends the electric current by moving in a straight line from one end to the next. In fact, the light’s reflection is bent backwards, making it bend, resulting in that bending. Light is traveling on an axis and is bent at an angle that is slightly different. Different degrees of light bend in different directions which allows them travel along the spectrum. There is a wealth of information. If you are interested in learning more, stay tuned to this video for more information. bx1rpjt688.