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1060003100 Digi-Key Molex Inc Kits LC QTERM MM BARE FIBER 12 CONN
1060004200 Digi-Key Molex Inc Kits LC QTERM SM BARE FIBER 12 CONN
6278357-1 Digi-Key TE Connectivity Cable Assemblies MT-RJ LOOPBACK MM BARE
5503628-1 Digi-Key TE Connectivity Connectors, Interconnects CONN STRAIN REFIEF BARE BUFFER
5503628-3 Digi-Key TE Connectivity Connectors, Interconnects BOOT BARE FIBER BEIGE 2.79 LOGO
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  • High Precision Optical Fiber Array Connector and Method
    , the bare fiber tip with a fiber diameter (FD) is dipped into hydroflouric acid for about 10 minutes then rinsed and dried. The primary mask 20 according to the principles of the present invention can be made of any suitable material including polyimide, ceramic or metal. Fiber openings are preferably
  • A DURABLE FIBER OPTIC END-FACE
    change. This latter feature can be observed in terms of lower back reflections, etc. Figure 2 - Pictures of lens taken with laser camera/microscope (terminated fiber within a ceramic ferrule. and bare fiber). The resulting HLC termination process exceeds all UPC end-face geometry parameters
  • Polarization Maintaining (PM) Fiber Termination (Connectorization)
    ordering FC type connectors, be sure to specify narrow or wide key. Narrow keys are commonly used with standard singlemode fibers while wide keys provide tighter fit between the key and the slot on the FC bulkhead for better accuracy. Loose buffer and bare fiber. Standard PM fibers such as the PANDA
  • Low Speed Carbon Deposition Process for Hermetic Optical Fibers (.pdf)
    soot gen-. attaching to the glass surface and form-. eration and interaction with the bare. ing a continuous carbon structure. fiber. The carbon layer itself is as brittle. However, because of the random orien-. as the glass and, because it is deposited. tation of the platelets, microvoids can
  • Fiber Optic Cylindrical Diffuser
    of the sleeve also is conical, as stated above, and the chamber (51) formed by the sleeve, the conical end, the bare core, and the ends of the sheathing and the cladding, is filled with polymeric material such as Silicone, epoxy . . . etc. with light diffusing material such as Silica, Titanium or Aluminum
  • Preface
    for ease of visualization of. some of the concepts. The mathematical details are kept to a bare minimum in the hope of providing easy. reading and understanding of some of the most important technological developments. of the twentieth century, which are penetrating more and more deeply into our society
  • A Short History and Review of Shielded Cables (.pdf)
    In the late 1800s, as the use of electricity was first being used for communications, interference reared its ugly head. The imperative for some form of mitigation became apparent. The first attempts involved wire spacing. Bare wires on wooden poles were simply spaced farther apart to reduce
  • Wired 9.06: Atomic Rulers of the World
    it upside down. He is sitting in a room that looks every bit like a civil-service clich e - bare walls and low-bid-contractor furniture inside a dull building in an equally dull town just outside the Washington Beltway - and explaining how he can tell time with a deviation of about one second every

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