Fiber Optic Cable

  • 288 Fiber Ultra-High Fiber Density Micro-Duct Cable with Extreme Operating Performance

    288 Fiber Ultra-High Fiber Density Micro-Duct Cable with Extreme Operating Performance

    The micro-duct cable is designed to protect the fibers during installation and operation, withstanding over 300 pounds and extreme temperatures.

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  • Next Generation of Fiber Optic Loose Tube Cable

    Next Generation of Fiber Optic Loose Tube Cable

    AFL has developed the next-generation of high-performance 600-lb rated micro-loose tube cable for the communications cabling infrastructure market.

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  • Network System Cost Study

    Network System Cost Study

    This study identifies a number of key elements where new cable technology notably impacts fiber optic network installation and maintenance costs.

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  • The Evolution of Optical Fiber Cable Design for Sensor Applications

    The Evolution of Optical Fiber Cable Design for Sensor Applications

    Optical fiber based systems have enabled improvements in capabilities and functionality as well as higher rates of data transfer over longer transmission distances.

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  • Evolution of Micro Cables

    Evolution of Micro Cables

    This paper will review the evolution of, and assess the performance of micro-cables, and look ahead to future designs.

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  • eABF®—The New Approach to Enterprise Fiber Optic Cabling

    eABF®—The New Approach to Enterprise Fiber Optic Cabling

    The new technology, eABF Enterprise Blown Fiber, is revolutionary in its design approach and offers the network cabling system engineer a highly scalable, flexible and smart solution.

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  • Distributed Strain and Temperature Sensing Using Brillouin Scattering

    Distributed Strain and Temperature Sensing Using Brillouin Scattering

    This is a technology that allows the measurement of strain and temperature along a passive fiber optic element or waveguide path over long distances utilizing the phenomenon of Brillouin Scattering.

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  • Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS)

    Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS)

    Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) is a technology that allows the measurement of temperature along a passive fiber optic element.

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  • Corning Single-mode Fiber Type on Fiber Optic Cable Specification Sheets

    Corning Single-mode Fiber Type on Fiber Optic Cable Specification Sheets

    Throughout AFL’s years of manufacturing fiber optic cables with Corning® fiber, many improvements have been made to the fiber resulting in a change in the fiber identification version.

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  • Benefits of Fiber Optics for Underground Mine Communications

    Benefits of Fiber Optics for Underground Mine Communications

    Fiber optic cables and connectors are designed and qualified for use in mines by validating the mechanical strength required to install and operate the cable in an underground environment.

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