Difference Between G.652.A and G.652.B Fibers

The first introduced single mode fibers belonged to G652.A category. G.652.B category is an improved version of G.652.A category. When introduced first, the G.652.A category…

What is Abrasion?

Abrading the surface of cable with a needle loaded with a specified weight is called Abrasion in optical fiber cable testing. Abrasion test or Abrasion…

Flame Retardant, Low Smoke Zero Halogen and Fire Resistant Indoor Fiber Optic Cables

Experience with fire accidents of buildings reveals that most of the casualties happen due to the smoke generated when the whole building burns. Smoke is…

Construction of Non-metallic Loose tube Polyethylene Sheathed Duct Optical fiber cable with Aramid yarns

Non-metallic Loose tube Polyethylene sheathed Duct Optical fiber cables with Aramid yarns are installed where more pulling and installation tension is required. Application Generally, Non-metallic duct cables with…

Structure of Optical Fibers

Optical fibers are made of silica or plastic. Generally, optical fibers used in telecom field are silica based and those used in sensors and imaging…

G.652D Low Water Peak Optical Fiber Characteristics and Applications

Low water peak fiber as called generally by the fiber optic industry, the ITU-T G.652D compliant optical fiber in the series of ITU-T G.652 recommendations…

Construction of Non-Metallic Duct Loose Tube Optical Fiber Cable

Application Non-metallic duct fiber optic cables are installed for general application purpose for long haul distances. These types of cables are suitable to install near…

Fiber Optic Cables for Access and Last Mile Networks

The growth of Fiber to the home projects around the world demands a variety of optical fiber cable designs for the access network. Each design…

What is Photonic Crystal Fiber?

At Tsukuba forum ended on October 16, in Japan, NTT Research labs had displayed the latest developments from Photonic crystal fiber concepts abbreviated to PCF…