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There are so many fiber optic cable options available that one might wonder where to start. This article will set you on the right path in the decision process. Let’s begin...

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You may be asking, what is a fusion splice protection sleeve? Well that is a great question! A fusion protection sleeve is used to protect the fusion splice where the two separate pieces of fiber optic cable have been joined into one.

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When looking at terminating fiber optic connectors for a job there are several factors that are taken into account to help decide which way is best.

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MPO cables, which are typically made with ribbon or micro-distribution cable, make up a substantial share of today’s optical industry. It’s understandable because of the fact that they allow for the high speed transport of optical data in a condensed manner.

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A Power Meter & Light Source is a low cost way to certify optical fiber. These two pieces of test equipment are used to measure fiber optic light continuity, loss and lastly the actual strength of the optical signal.

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Making a quality splice with little reflection is extremely important. Keeping this in mind, training is an important factor in creating a proper splice. Correct preparation is paramount. An installer needs to be able to strip, clean and cleave the fiber.

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Thanks to lightning fast speeds, quick delivery, and reliable sensing capabilities, fiber optic technology has become an all-seeing and knowing element in underground mine operations.

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One common problem many of our customers have come to me with is “Why is my fiber Ethernet link not responding, I even get a link light but I am not getting any transmission of data?”

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What are the advantages of blowing or jetting fiber optic cable vs. traditional pulling?

Pulling and blowing are the two primary fiber installation methods. But each of these techniques can impact the longevity, performance, and return on investment (ROI) of a fiber optic network.

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We can all agree that it’s great having today’s high bandwidth optical networks to fulfill our needs within our daily lives. While the capabilities that these networks provide cannot be matched, their higher sensitivity to back reflection and attenuation can be a constant concern. As the internet takes over more and more of our daily regimens in business, entertainment, etc. this concern becomes elevated.

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