Connector Insertion Loss
Total optical power loss caused by insertion of an optical component such as a connector, splice, or couple into a previously continuous path. The loss in the power of a signal that results from inserting a passive component into a previously continuous path. Examples of such passive devices are connectors, inline star couplers and splices.
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