Standards and Technical Documents - 1120-2004 - IEEE Guide for the Planning, Design, Installation, and Repair of Submarine Power Cable Systems -- 10.1109/IEEESTD.2005.95937
Description: Abstract This guide provides a list of factors to consider when planning, designing, permitting, installing, commissioning, and repairing submarine power cable systems. While many factors are common to both power and communication cables, this guide focuses on power cables that cross seas, lakes
Standards and Technical Documents - STANDARD FOR PHYSICAL LOCATION AND PROTECTION OF BELOW-GROUND FIBER OPTIC CABLE PLANT -- TIA-590
Description: cable plant, nor does it cover aerial, building, and submarine cables, or cables placed in navigable waterways.
Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: SPECIFICATION FOR GALVANIZED STEEL WIRE FOR ARMOURING SUBMARINE CABLES
Standards and Technical Documents - Power cables with extruded insulation and their accessories for rated voltages above 150 kV (Um = 170 kV) up to 500 kV (Um = 550 kV) - Test methods and requirements -- IEC 62067:2001
Description: Specifies test methods and requirements for power cable systems, cables with extruded insulation and their accessories for fixed installations, for rated voltages above 150 kV (Um = 170 kV) up to and including 500 kV (Um = 550 kV). The requirements apply to single-core cables
Standards and Technical Documents - 5-46KV SHIELDED POWER CABLE FOR USE IN THE TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY -- ANSI/NEMA WC 74
Description: and service, either indoors, outdoors, aerial, underground, or submarine.
Description: Aims And Scope IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications focuses on all telecommunications, including telephone, telegraphy, facsimile, and point-to-point television, by electromagnetic propagation, including radio; wire; aerial, underground, coaxial, and submarine cables; waveguides
Supplier: Lucent Technologies, Inc.
Description: Lighter and smaller in diameter than similar products, the Alcatel-Lucent Fiber Optic Cable 4 for Repeatered (OALC4) Submarine Systems may be used at ocean depths of up to 8000 meters. Adapted range of cables offers flexible solutions for customers Appropriate for use in extreme conditions Low
Supplier: Lucent Technologies, Inc.
Description: The Alcatel-Lucent Unrepeatered Fiber Optic Cable 2 (URC2) for unrepeatered submarine systems is designed to ensure no strain is exerted on the fibers during normal operation. The cable features a welded steel-tube housing of up to 24 fibers. Low and few maintenance costs: if a cable does break
Supplier: ABB Power Products/Power Systems
Description: The HVDC technology (High Voltage Direct Current) is used to transmit electricity over long distances by overhead transmission lines or submarine cables. It is also used to interconnect separate power systems, where traditional alternating current (AC) connections cannot be used. ABB pioneered
- Type: High-Voltage Transformer, Power Transformer, Other
- Cooling: Dry-type / Air Cooled
- Transformer Category: Power / Power System / Distribution Transformer
- Mounting / Form Factor: Pad-Mounted
Supplier: IEEE Communications Society
Description: , coaxial, and submarine cables; waveguides, communication satellites, and lasers; in marine, aeronautical, space and fixed station services; repeaters, radio relaying, signal storage, and regeneration; telecommunication error detection and correction; multiplexing and carrier techniques
Supplier: HDW Electronics Inc.
Description: The Model SPG40 Fault Locate & Cable Test System is a completely integrated, menu driven unit for easy operation. It is intended for fault locating & testing of distribution class systems, distribution and subtransmission feeder & submarine cables, substation get-aways and otherwise hard to find
- Types of Measurements: DC Hipot, Other
- AC Voltage: 12500 to 25000 volts
- DC Voltage: 0.0 to 40000 volts
- DC Current: 0.1000 to 0.7000 amps
Supplier: KITCO Fiber Optics
Description: No Description Provided
- Tool Type: Tool Kit
- Application / Connector Type: Fiber Optic, General Application, Military
- Technology: Hand Tools
Supplier: Fisher Scientific
Description: . HE33 Mini Horizontal Unit Basic; Gel size: 7 x 10cm View Accessories Submarine Unit, Mini; Hoefer HE 33l Basic; Includes: Buffer chamber, lid with cables, gel running tray, gel casting tray, 4 foam gaskets and bubble level Includes: Buffer chamber, lid with cables, UV-transparent gel running tray
Supplier: Tenergy Corporation
Description: to charge this battery pack. If you connect two of these modules in parallel, you can build a 14.8V 5.4 Ah Battery pack with a 14 Amp discharge rate. Applications: - HID Bikelight or Dive light - Autonomous submarine - RC Car and RC airplane with greater energy needs - Building external battery packs
- Voltage: 14.8 volts
- Capacity, Amp Hours (AH): 2.7 ampere-hr
- Battery Type: Rechargeable (Secondary) Batteries
- Lithium Secondary Batteries: Lithium / Polymer
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Spy On The Octopi: Students build submarine to track Giant Pacific Octopus
it under automatic control next time, " Vincent said. "We'll just type in the depth we want on the computer and Shadow will automatically submerge to that depth. " In autonomous mode, the submarine would operate on its own, following an octopus using its hydrophone sensors. It would decide when to turn
calls where the satellite path (~50,000km) can introduce delays over 300ms. Double talk due to echoes are very common, and conversations stilted and difficult. In contrast, a conversation over a submarine cable incurs only a 30ms delay, and is perceived as perfect. Similarly, at a computer keyboard
Time Domain Reflectometry Guided Wave Radar Tank Level System (.pdf)
specifications MIL-L-23886 and ASTMF2044, which are required for use with submarine applications. The tank level system is designed to keep all the active electronics outside of the nuclear containment area without significantly affecting the tank level system's accuracy. Microsoft Word - Guided Wave Radar
Wired 11.09: The Best Defense Is a Good Upgrade
" - the catapults that propel fighters to takeoff speed - will be retired. The new system will run on electromagnetic force. (It's similar to a high tech roller coaster but faster than even the scariest thrill rides.). Armor. Carriers are big, slow, and easy to find. Submarine crews call them "targets
Real-Time Networking with Reflective Memory (.pdf)
systems such as simulators. Node 2. “Who Uses Reflective Memory?”. Reflective Memory is used in hundreds of applications,. Node 3. including the following: • Aircraft simulators. • Automated testing systems. Figure 3 Reflective Memory Ring Architecture connects up to 256 separate. • Ship and submarine
Test-Bed to Measure the Performance Criteria of Actuators - University of Texas Robotics Research Group
in. specific applications such as for an electric car, the actuation of a trim tab in submarine, etc. Therefore, the nonlinear Test Bed is needed. 3. Overview of the Test Bed. RRG’s initial motivation for building the Nonlinear Test Bed was to find the. performance envelope plots for Permanent Magnet
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Federal Register > Tuesday, May 12, 2009 > [74 FR 22104] Assessment and Collection of Regulatory Fees for Fiscal Year 2008
SUMMARY: In this document, the Commission adopts a new methodology for calculating regulatory fees for international submarine cable operators.
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