MIC connector - Computer Definition
(Medium Interface Connector) A fiber-optic cable connector that handles a pair of cables. The design of the plug and socket ensures that the polarity is maintained (transmit and receive cables are in correct order). It is used in FDDI and a variety of LANs and wiring hubs. See fiber-optic connectors.
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