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Cross section of a single-mode optical fiber patch cord end, taken with a fiberscope. The circle is the cladding, 125 microns in diameter. Debris is v
Cross section of a single-mode optical fiber patch cord end, taken with a fiberscope. The circle is the cladding, 125 microns in diameter. Debris is visible as a streak on the cross-section, and glows due to the illumination.
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An optical fiber patching cabinet. The yellow cables are single mode fibers; the orange and blue cables are multi-mode fibers: 62.5/125 μm OM1 and 50/
An optical fiber patching cabinet. The yellow cables are single mode fibers; the orange and blue cables are multi-mode fibers: 62.5/125 μm OM1 and 50/125 μm OM3 fibers, respectively.
Stealth Communications fiber crew installing a 432-count dark fiber cable underneath the streets of Midtown Manhattan, New York City
Stealth Communications fiber crew installing a 432-count dark fiber cable underneath the streets of Midtown Manhattan, New York City
A GBIC module (shown here with its cover removed), is an optical and electrical transceiver, a device combining a transmitter and a receiver in a sing
A GBIC module (shown here with its cover removed), is an optical and electrical transceiver, a device combining a transmitter and a receiver in a single housing. The electrical connector is at top right and the optical connectors are at bottom left
A cable reel trailer with conduit that can carry optical fiber
A cable reel trailer with conduit that can carry optical fiber