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Tel: +86-769-81209595
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E-mail: milton@hgcable.cc
Helen Golden: helen@hgcable.cc

GYTA Optical Fiber Cable 8 Core

Cable on all reels need to be inspected for damage as they are received. As a precaution and to avoid costly extra cable removal operations, all fibers should be measured on the reel using an OTDR.
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1-288 cores GYTA Armoured Optical Fiber Cable

Central strength member

1.8mm Steel

Outer diameter

Vary from 7 to 14mm

Application

Aerial ,duct, pipeline, underground

Cores available

2,4,6,8,12,24,36,48,72,96,144,288

Cores type

G652D,G657A,G655C

Attenuation @1310nm

≤0.36dB/km

Attenuation @1550nm

≤0.22dB/km

OEM/ODM

Yes

Package

1/2/3/4/5km km each exporting wooden drums

Cover

PE,HDPE

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Learn more about fiber optic cable:

Cable on all reels need to be inspected for damage as they are received. As a precaution and to avoid costly extra cable removal operations, all fibers should be measured on the reel using an OTDR. Measurements on single-mode fiber cables should be made at 1550 nm and 1300 nm on multimode fiber cables. If discrepancies are found with respect to the factory “as shipped” test results on the cabled fiber, contact Sterlite Technologies.

Cable Staging Area

New cables, sub-ducts, and micro-ducts will be staged at selected areas in a safe, convenient location with respect to the right-of-way prior to their installation. Staging locations shall be safe from vandalism and free of pedestrian and vehicular traffic interaction. If possible, the staging area shall be flat and covered with an all-weather surface.

The staging location shall be large enough to store the reels and placing equipment and materials being used in the construction operation. Reels shall be stored on the edge of both of their flanges with access to the side of the reel for pre-construction testing of the cable on the reel. The thermal wrap shall be kept on the cable reel as long as possible to provide thermal and solar protection to the cable as long as possible. Pre-Construction measurements shall be made on all fibers in each new cable reel at the staging location.

Underground cable placement is characterized by pulling or blowing cables into underground conduit systems with conduit access in manholes or handholes. Standard size fiber cables are normally placed in innerducts which are housed in the conduit system. Micro-duct cables are placed into micro-ducts which are housed directly in innerducts or micro-ducts in the larger diameter telecommunications conduit that make up the conduit system. Placing equipment is specially tuned to be effective placing standard fiber cables or the smaller micro-duct cables. Procedures and equipment are used to keep bending and tensile stresses under the threshold values that could begin to be a problem if violated.

When looking at the business cases for a move to higher bandwidth networks, it becomes clear that for cable and ADSL2+ networks much of the investment to support the higher speeds has already been done. For VDSL2 and FTTH networks a significant investment still needs to be made. For incumbent telecommunications networks the investment in VDSL2 seems clearer than for new entrants and smaller competing networks. Incumbents can use savings in the operational expenditure of their network, together with other savings (e.g. sale of MDF locations) to support the roll-out of the network. Whether or not a new entrant will move up the ladder of investment and invest in new VDSL2 or FTTH networks is dependent upon local conditions.

The paper provides a financial model of a FTTH-network as an indication of what the costs of such a network might be and how these costs would be distributed between the various cost elements. Though the model is dependent upon a local situation in the Netherlands, it becomes clear that the costs are significant and that the monthly costs per subscriber are highly dependent upon penetration rates. The substantial costs involved raise questions as to the level of competition which will emerge in the market. Sharing of costs, especially the civil engineering costs and wiring of buildings, can have benefits and reduce investment risks.

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    Tel: +86-769-81209595
    Mob: +8613242086178 (WeChat or Whatsapp)
    E-mail: milton@hgcable.cc
    Helen Golden: helen@hgcable.cc

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