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Fiber Optic Test Equipment - (310 companies)
Fiber Optic Fault Locators - (68 companies)
Fiber Optic Cables - (926 companies)
Fibers and Filaments - (199 companies)
Fiber Optic Connectors - (527 companies)
Optical Fiber Identifiers - (28 companies)...to a variety of quality standards for optical fibers and optical fiber indentifiers. For example, both the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) have incorporated reduced water-peak requirements... Search by Specification | Learn More
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Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics - (494 companies)
Aramid Fibers and Fabrics - (98 companies)
Fiber Optic Attenuators - (274 companies)
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The insertion loss revolution: SUCOFLEX® 400 SUCOFLEX ® 400 – the insertion loss revolution from HUBER+SUHNER. The SUCOFLEX 400 microwave cable family has been specifically developed for high performance defence, medical, test & measurement technology applications, and anywhere the best insertion loss, high phase stability versus temperature and bending, excellent return loss and mechanical stability are of the utmost importance. Quick Links: Learn more about the features and benifits of the SUCOFLEX 400. Download Datasheet... (read more)Browse Cable Assemblies Datasheets for HUBER+SUHNER AG
Conwed Global Netting Solutions
Discover our Unmatched Prostran® Synthetic Fibers crimping technology to provide optimum loading and distribution in the TRM matrix. Comparative product testing showed that Prostran® synthetic fibers had no loss of strength after 1 year and 50% lower loss of strength after 4 years of UV exposure compared to the closest competitive product. OTHER PROSTRAN® APPLICATIONS. Based on our ability to customize formulations and final characteristics of our Prostran® synthetic fibers, other general applications are just waiting for you to develop them... (read more)
CFD Predictions of Internal Flow Pressure Losses ESDU ’s Fluid Mechanics, Internal Flow group has for nearly 40 years been developing methods for calculating pressure losses in internal flow system components. These are industry-standard methods, and are based on the analysis of high-quality experimental data and analytical methods. However, there remain component geometries and regions of operation where no data exist. The use of Computational Fluid Dynamics, or CFD, to generate pseudo-experimental data to fill in gaps has long been... (read more)Browse Standards and Technical Documents Datasheets for IHS ESDU
ON Semiconductor L.L.C.
IGBT Power Losses: Induction Heating Applications This application note discusses the principles of induction heating, and present methods for measuring insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) power losses during turn-off and on-states, which can help improve efficiency during the IGBT design optimization process. Download: IGBT Power Losses in Induction Heating Applications. Boost energy efficiency to meet strict energy standards and evolving market needs. Optimize your smart meter, appliances/industrial products, power supply, lighting... (read more)Browse Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBT) Datasheets for ON Semiconductor L.L.C.
Polymicro Optical Fibers Polymicro optical fibers are available in a variety of standard and specialty options; tight-tolerance, standard multimode step-index fibers are one example. Custom fibers, sizes, jackets and coatings are available, including dual-cladding with numerical apertures ranging from 0.11 to 0.66. Polymicro broad-spectrum fibers are designed for use in ultraviolet, visible, near- and mid-infrared ranges. Unique fiber shapes and sizes are easily accommodated at our in-house glass facility. Molex... (read more)Browse Fiber Optic Cables Datasheets for Molex
EMX Industries, Inc.
UV Luminescent Fibers Detection Confirm manufacturing processes more reliably than vision systems that cost ten times more. The UVX 300 luminescence sensor with patented technology is the clear choice because: Unique numerical display lets you see the intensity of each reading. Now it's easy to refine processes and hysteresis. 3 to 6 times the range of any competing sensor. Won't get bumped or dirtied by target. Only UV sensor with both auto-teach and manual calibration. Easy for low-skill operators, but able to be finely... (read more)
North Hills Signal Processing Corp.
Return Loss Measurement Bridge impedances from 100 to 150 ohm for either 50 or 75 ohm network analyzers, covering frequency ranges from 10kHz to 300MHz. There is also a companion RLC Series of Return Loss Bridges for 50, 75, and 93 ohm coax reference impedances and a RLT Series for twiaxial networks. Application Note 155 explains the meaning of return loss and includes formulas and tables relating impedance, return loss, reflection factor and transmission losses. Application Note 157 is a tutorial on return loss bridges. (read more)Browse Network Test Equipment Datasheets for North Hills Signal Processing Corp.
Analyze micro fibers with Phenom Fibermetric The automated feature and fiber size detection has made Fibermetric even more user friendly and further improved the time to result. With the Fibermetric it has become possible to measure and analyze samples with large fiber diameter differences. Fibermetric automatically analyses hundreds of data points that provide solid statistical analysis. This data is displayed in various formats like an interactive fiber and pore size distribution histogram. All data are exportable to common formats... (read more)Browse Electron Microscopes Datasheets for Phenom-World BV
PIC Wire & Cable
Low Loss Coax Cable Pic Wire & Cable manufactures superior stranded and solid low loss coax cables . The low loss coax cable 50 ohm construcution consists of an outer FEP jacket (clear) silver-plated copper shield, aluminum/polymide shield, silver-plated copper flat strip braid, PTFE Dielectric, and silver-plated copper conductor. The dB/100ft (nominal) loss of the stranded cable ranges from 3.6 @ 1.0 GHz to 13.7 @ 1.0 GHz. The dB/100ft (nominal) loss of the solid cable ranges from 7.2... (read more)Browse Coaxial Cables and Triaxial Cables Datasheets for PIC Wire & Cable
Low-Loss SAW Filters 725.5 MHz SAW Band 28 Uplink Filter 857193,. The 857193 is a general purpose Uplink filter for Band 28. This filter was specifically designed in a 3x3mm hermetic package for base station applications and is part of our wide portfolio of RF filters in the same package. Low insertion loss, coupled with high attenuation and excellent power handling, makes this filter a natural choice for our customers ’ Uplink RF filtering needs. . 742.5 MHz SAW Filter 857217. The 857217 is a general... (read more)Browse SAW Filters Datasheets for TriQuint
Engineering Web Search: Extrinsic Fiber Loss
Optical fiber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Optical fiber From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Infrared Fibers and Their Applications | Publications: SPIE...
4.2.1 Intrinsic loss 4.2.2 Extrinsic loss 4.4.1 Low-loss fiber 4.4.2 Production-grade fiber
Sensitivity of an Extrinsic Fabry-Perot Interferometric Sensor...
Nowadays, fiber optic sensors are good alternative transducers for detecting Lamb wave as well as other ultrasonic waves.
Fiberoptic and Waveguide Sensors Wei-Chih Wang Southern Taiwan...
- physical, chemical, bio-medical, etc. C. Extrinsic (sensing take place outside of fiber where, fiber only serve as conduit to transmit light to and
Design considerations for minimizing macrobending loss in...
2008 Optical Fiber Communication Conference/National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference Item Title: Design considerations for minimizing macrobending
A compact all-fiber PDL-compensated acoustooptic wavelength...
A compact all-fiber PDL-compensated acoustooptic wavelength monitor
fiber optics glossary - Computer Dictionary Definition
See "intrinsic loss" and "extrinsic loss" in this glossary.
LIGO-P050002-00-D Intrinsic mechanical loss of laser-welded...
LIGO-P050002-00-D Intrinsic mechanical loss of laser-welded fused silica fibers Gregory Harry, Thomas Corbitt, Marat Freytsis, David Ottaway, and