Introduction of armored fiber optic cable

Optical fibers are fragile. When used in various environments, it must be processed into optical cables with corresponding mechanical properties to ensure that the optical fibers are not damaged by external forces during the process of laying, installation, use, and maintenance, so as to ensure the smooth flow of the network. Based on this, people

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Introduction of pre-terminated fiber optic cable

1. What is pre-terminated fiber optic cable? Pre-terminated fiber optic cables are relative to fusion splicing or quick connect technology. The manufacturing and testing of pre-terminated optical cables are carried out in the specific environment of the factory to ensure the accuracy and tightness of the product and to achieve rapid wiring on the engineering

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Introduction of Ribbon Fiber Optic Cable

Did you know ribbon fiber optic cable? We’ve created a basic introduction to ribbon fiber optic cable to help you establish basic ribbon cable knowledge. 1. What is ribbon fiber optic cable? Ribbon fiber optic cable is formed by a flat ribbon. This is achieved by making a series of individual fibers and laying them

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What is ODF Optical Distribution Frame?

1. What is ODF Optical Distribution Frame? ODF is Optical Distribution Frame. The optical fiber distribution frame belongs to the optical fiber distribution equipment used in the optical fiber communication room. It is mainly used for the termination and distribution of the local trunk optical cable in the optical fiber system. 2. Types of ODF

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What is Outdoor Fiber Optic Cable?

In the general wiring project, we often hear outdoor optical cable and indoor optical cable. But the ones who are not familiar with integrated wiring may not even know what an outdoor fiber optic cable is. Then, let’s talk about what is outdoor fiber optic cable. 1. What is outdoor fiber optic cable? To put

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What is MDU in FTTH?

1. What is MDU in FTTH? MDU is multi-dwelling unit. It is mainly used for the access of multiple residential users under the FTTB application, and generally has at least 4 user-side interfaces, usually 8-way, 16-way, 24-way FE, or FE+POTS (fixed telephone) interfaces. 2. The development of MDU in FTTH In the FTTB mode, the

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ADSS cable application

Introduction of ADSS Fiber Optic Cable

1. What is ADSS fiber optic cable? ADSS fiber optic cable is All-dielectric Self-supporting Optical Cable. An all-dielectric (metal-free) optical cable is independently hung on the inside of the power conductor along the transmission line frame to form an optical fiber communication network on the transmission line, this optical cable is called ADSS. All-dielectric self-supporting

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Advantages and Disadvantages of FTTH (Fiber-To-The-Home)

1. What is FTTH? FTTH is Fiber to the home, which is a transmission method of optical fiber communication. As the name implies, it directly connects the optical fiber to the user terminal. Specifically, FTTH refers to the installation of optical network units (ONUs) at home users or enterprise users, and is the optical access

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Introduction of Anti-rodent Fiber Optic Cable

Due to factors such as ecological protection and economy, it is not appropriate to take measures such as poisoning and killing of rodents in optical cable lines, nor should it be prevented by burying them as deep as direct buried fiber optic cables. Therefore, the current anti-rodent measures for optical cables still need to rely

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