Fibre Optic distribution cables


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Fibre optic cables are ruling the telecommunication mediums across the world. Owing to the ease of layout and multiple advantages, the fibre optic cables are used in many industries.


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Smart World Trend beginning to lace itself with Optic Cables

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Fibre optic cables are ruling the telecommunication mediums across the world. Metal wires have turned obsolete due to their restricted application and heavy losses incurred in laying them. As the world moves towards loss-free power and signal transmission, the fibre optic cable generation will be the handy technology for the rest of the 21st century. The optic cables are no longer part of limited chip-to-chip applications to the lab-related technologies. They have made their way into every single innovation that has made their cut in the new millennia.

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Owing to the ease of layout and multiple advantages, the fibre optic cables are used in the following industries. o Nuclear reactors o High-voltage equipment o Aircrafts and space shuttles o Satellites and Orbit rovers o Mines and furnaces where there is a risk of explosion o Transmission blocks installed in Corrosive mediums o Marine equipments

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Advantages of using the Fibre optic cables Before installing fibre optic cables, it is important to assess the advantages of the novel technology. Here’s a list of some extraordinary benefits of using the optic cables. – They can be bundled into small packets and hence reduce the size of the overall equipment. From smart cars to smart cities, every new innovation or idea is conceived around the application of Fibre optic cables. – They are resistant to electromagnetic radiations and impulses. Hence used in transmitting signals through magnetic fields.

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– There is absolutely no risk of fire or spark arising out of short-circuit. It makes them a great connection medium in explosive environment like mines, bio-gas plants and ammunition factories. – Signals are sent with encryption through the fibre optic cables. This makes them highly secured mode of communication. – They suffer from absolutely no effect of corrosion or wear and tear. Any breakage can be immediately addressed using Fusion splicing technique designed exclusively for the fibre optic cables. – They can be laid in smaller ducts, conduit and channels. No need to drill bigger holes or push through larger pits. Existing infrastructure can accommodate 100 times more fibre optic cables compared to copper wires and cables.

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– Ideal for use in Nuclear reactors owing to minimized interaction with the Atomic radiations. Superior quality insulation makes them immune against Alpha and Beta-radiations. – They have high-electrical resistance which makes them ideal for use in High-voltage equipments or in places that face sporadic fluctuations in the voltage. – They are constructed with minimum resources and guarantee light weight designs. They can be tapped into modern day Internet connectors as well as Routers used in Smart Cities. Light-weight design makes them apt for installations over an aircraft or E-vehicle.

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What are the governing Standards for the Fibre Optic cables and auxiliary components? Manufacturers involved with the development of fibre optic cables and the components have few standard regulations to follow. They have been laid down by the Internal Telecommunications Union. The most widely practised standards include: – ITU-T G.651 – ITU- T G.652 Both of these standards define the characteristics of the multi-mode and single mode graded index in optical fibre cable respectively.

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