What are two differences between optical-fiber cabling and copper cabling? (Choose two)

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What are two differences between optical-fiber cabling and copper cabling? (Choose two)

  • A. Light is transmitted through the core of the fiber
  • B. A BNC connector is used for fiber connections
  • C. The glass core component is encased in a cladding
  • D. Fiber connects to physical interfaces using Rj-45 connections
  • E. The data can pass through the cladding

Correct Answer: AC
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