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Buying Optical Fiber for Network Testing and Latency Applications

Posted by Kevin Miller on Fri, Mar 31, 2017 @ 15:03 PM

When the time comes to buy spools of optical fiber for testing and demonstrating communications systems, there are a few items to consider that will help ensure you end up with an ideal setup.  Since it has been proven that following a few best practices will help you get the most out of your fiber, thinking about these four important items in advance will allow you to further qualify your needs as well as speed up the purchasing process.

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Topics: fiber network simulation, fiber latency, optical time delay, network simulation, optical fiber, fiber spools, buy optical fiber

What Does Your Optical Fiber Test & Demonstration Setup Say About You?

Posted by Kevin Miller on Thu, May 12, 2016 @ 09:05 AM

Often not considered, it is important to remember that looks really do matter!

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Topics: optical fiber, fiber spools, fiber latency, fiber network simulation, fiber test, buy optical fiber

Get The Most Out Of Bare Optical Fiber Spools

Posted by Kevin Miller on Thu, Apr 4, 2013 @ 17:04 PM

If your company is like most that are involved with building or utilizing fiber optic systems, chances are you have a few spools of bare optical fiber laying around the lab.  Since it is critical to ensure fiber-based equipment works as intended prior to deployment in the field, it is a recommended and common practice for engineers to simulate networks using spools of bare optical fiber.  Because there have been a variety of different fibers available over the years, engineers can end up with fair amount of spools at their disposal.

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Topics: fiber spools, optical fiber, optical fibers, optical fiber spools, bare optical fiber

Fiber Network Simulation – 4 Tips for Improving Test Results

Posted by Kevin Miller on Tue, Jun 28, 2011 @ 10:06 AM

Engineers performing fiber optic network simulation testing with the goal of certifying that their equipment will work as intended once deployed in the field, often require the use of optical fiber spools to complete these procedures.  Since it is crucial these tests produce both correct and reliable results, below are some tips for ensuring the most positive results.

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Topics: test fiber, fiber network simulation, fiber spools, optical fiber, g.652, g.652, bare fiber