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Training video from Voltimum Australia partner Prysmian Group on the 'Jointing of RILT Ribbon Fibre Optic Cable'. Specially important for electrical contractors that will be working on the NBN in Australia. Find more like this at www.voltimum.com.au
http://www.discount-low-voltage.com/AFL-Fiber-Connector A step by step demonstration on how to terminate fiber optic cable. I show you how to strip, cleave and terminate with a new labor saver fiber optic connector. Follow our Blog at http://discountlowvoltage.blogspot.com/ Follow us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/discountlowvoltage Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/disclowvoltage
http://www.giga-net.co.uk Terminating fibre optic SC, ST and LC connectors using the Giganet cold-cure fiber optic cold-cure and polishing method.
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Google is reinforcing its underwater fibre-optic cables to protect against future shark attacks Google is reinforcing its private underwater fibre-optic cables with an extra layer of protective material in order to protect its 100,000 miles of cables from sharks. Sharks and other fish are attracted to the cables, thought by some to be due to the electromagnetic signals emitted by the lines, but they are easily damaged. The cables already have existing protective materials designed to shelter them from the various dangers of the environment, but will now be coated with a 'Kevlar-like' material to provide even more protection. Fibre-optic cables are made of strands of glass, and are thus much less durable than copper cables. Google wants to prevent its own cables from sustaining further d...
Training video from Voltimum Australia partner Prysmian Group on the 'Jointing of RCLT Ribbon Fibre Optic Cable'. Specially important for electrical contractors that will be working on the NBN in Australia. Find more like this at www.voltimum.com.au
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In this video tutorial you can learn in less than 5 minutes how to fusion splice two optical fibers using the PROMAX fusion splicer model PROLITE-40B and the included basic tools kit for cutting and splicing. http://www.promaxelectronics.com/ing/PROLITE-40B Optical fibre cable color chart: http://www.promaxelectronics.com/downloads/docs/pdf/optical-fibre-color-chart.pdf
0:15 is a JOKE fellas. I'm aware that millions of people still use DIAL-UP And I'm sorry if I left out Cellular and Satellite. I know I said, "Your internet is one of these three...," but what I really meant for this video was just to compare Cable, DSL and Fiber. I just used the wrong words. Hey guys, in this video we go over 3 of the most common types of Broadband connection today: Cable vs DSL vs Fiber. Enjoy! Internet Speeds Explained: http://goo.gl/0USI9E Twitter page: https://twitter.com/frenchtoastphil Intro Music: Dance - Bensound.com Outro music: Funky Element - Bensound.com
An optical fiber (or optical fibre) is a flexible, transparent fiber made of extruded glass (silica) or plastic, slightly thicker than a human hair. It can function as a waveguide, or “light pipe”, to transmit light between the two ends of the fiber. The field of applied science and engineering concerned with the design and application of optical fibers is known as fiber optics. Optical fibers are widely used in fiber-optic communications, where they permit transmission over longer distances and at higher bandwidths (data rates) than wire cables. Fibers are used instead of metal wires because signals travel along them with less loss and are also immune to electromagnetic interference. Fibers are also used for illumination, and are wrapped in bundles so that they may be used to carry imag...
Fiber optic splicing is an important method of joining two fiber optic cables together. It is a preferred solution when an available fiber optic cable is not sufficiently long for the required run. Besides, splicing is designed to restore fiber optic cables when they are accidentally broken. Nowadays, fiber optic splicing is widely deployed in telecommunications, LAN (Local Area Network) and networking projects. Typically, fiber optic splices can be undertaken in two ways: fusion splices and mechanical splices. This paper firstly illustrates the specific process of fusion splicing method and mechanical splicing method, then makes a comparison of the two methods for your reference. Keywords: #How to splice broken optical fiber cable practically #optical fiber repair #optical cable #optical...