The full duplex system uses two fibers to communicate. This allows one fiber to transmit from point A to point B while the other fiber transmits from B to A. Therefore, both ends of a full-duplex system have both transmitters and receivers. Manufacturers include identification methods for fibers used in a full-duplex system, such as color coding or a ridge marking.
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