PCF – Another Large Core Optical Fiber Made from Glass

When talking about large core optical fiber before, my first thought was the plastic optical fiber. However, later, I saw large core glass fibers in many places on the Internet. And now, I would like to tell you the truth. Large core optical fibers include two types: Plastic Optical Fiber (POF) made from light-conducting plastics […]

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In-Depth Knowledge of Loose Tube Fiber Optic Cables

Introduction Loose tube fiber optic cables (hereinafter referred to as loose tube cables) are the most widely used cables for outside plant trunks because they offer the best protection for the fibers under high pulling tensions and can be easily protected from moisture with water-blocking gel or tapes. These cables are composed of several fibers […]

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The Ribbon Fiber Optic Cable Options for Local Area Networks and Data Centers

Background Local Area Network (LAN) campus and building backbones as well as Data Center backbones are migrating to higher cabled fiber counts to meet increasing system bandwidth needs. In many cases, Ribbon Fiber Cables are now being deployed to meet this need, as they provide the highest fiber density relative to cable size, maximize use […]

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The Applications of Optical Fiber Cables in Sewer Ducts?

Using the growing deployment associated with entry Fiber Optic Cables targeted with regard to FTTH, several set up choices are also attempted through telecommunications providers. The objective of several deployment methods would be to decrease for each customer price to ensure that aggressive FTTH broadband programs could be agreed to possible customers. Cable set up […]

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