MT-RJ are a pair of fibers terminating in a connector that vaguely resembles an RJ-45 connector, using approximately the same real estate on a panel face.
SC connectors are square and larger. they are actually made for a single fiber for each connector, then the connectors can be ganged together to make a pair. The receptacle for the pair is much larger in terms of panel real estate needed.
One of the design goals for MT-RJs was to increase port density such that it would be comparable to an RJ-45/Copper port.
MTRJ are multi-mode only, SC can come in single mode or multi-mode varieties.
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