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Single Mode Fiber Comparison: G.652 vs G.655

Single mode optical fiber is designed as a carrier for the transmission of a single mode of light to propagate at a time. Its specifications are divided into two categories, One is the ITU-T G.65x series, and the other is IEC 60793-2-50 (published as BS EN 60793-2-50). Rather than referring to both ITU-T and IEC terminologies, we’ ll only focus on the simpler…

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Tips on Buying Fiber Optic Cables

Buying fiber optic cables has been a daily thing in our life. Since the field of fiber optic network is still unfamiliar to most people, not to say the detailed information about the fiber optic cable. In this article, we are going to provide some tips for you to buy fiber optic cables. Before that, let’s go over the background…

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ADSS and OPGW Cables for Overhead Transmission Lines

Overhead fiber optic cable systems have become a key factor in telecommunication networks used by operators and power utilities. The key advantages of using overhead electricity distribution lines to carry cables providing broadband connectivity can be summarised in three distinct areas: speed, security, and cost. ● Speed: It is always much, much quicker to install fiber optic cable by attaching it…

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Fiber Optic Core-How Much Do You Know About It?

For anyone who wants to know fiber optic cable, it’s a must to know the structure of an optic fiber. An optical fiber consists of three basic parts: the core, cladding, and the coating layer outside the cladding. What is the Core of an Optical Fiber? An optical fiber core is a glass or plastic made cylinder running along the fiber’s…

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