Fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) phosphatized steel wire is a type of material used for reinforcement in optical fiber cables. The phosphatized steel wire is coated with a layer of fiber-reinforced plastic, which provides additional strength and durability to the wire. The FRP material is typically made from a combination of fiberglass and resin, which are bonded together to form a strong and lightweight composite material. The use of FRP phosphatized steel wire in optical fiber cables allows for increased tensile strength and improved resistance to environmental factors such as moisture, temperature, and UV radiation. Additionally, the lightweight nature of the material makes it easier to transport and install, reducing overall installation time and cost.