After splicing two optical fibers together the operator should make a visual inspection of the splice to ensure that there are no bubbles or other splice defects. One anomaly that may be seen when using a PAS core alignment fusion splicer is a visible splice joint.
Splicing Bend Insensitive Fiber
To enable low splice loss and accurate loss estimation, Fujikura optimized splice modes for ClearCurve to S...
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