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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

Single Mode Optical Fibers by ITU Standards

Posted by Kevin Miller on Wed, May 18, 2011 @ 14:05 PM

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is a United Nations agency involved with the development of worldwide standards for communications technology.  With the explosive growth and use of fiber optic technology around the world, a number of single mode optical fibers have been designed over the years for various applications.  Since integration of a variety of optical fibers and systems is required to achieve seamless worldwide communication, ITU developed standards for fibers that help to ensure this can happen.

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Topics: optical fibers, single mode optical fiber, nzdsf, g.655, ITU, g.652, g.657, fiber types, smf