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Supplier: General Cable
Description: General Cable’s advanced cables, assemblies and system solutions support the reliable flow of a growing torrent of high-speed data across high-bandwidth global communication networks in our increasingly connected world. Fiber optic submarine communications cables. Copper, fiber aerial
- Cable Type: Multifiber Cable
- Fiber Mode: Single Mode, Multimode
- Connector Type: None
- Cable Weight: 0.0360 to 0.3410 lbs/ft
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 breakShow More
Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: CABLE, FIBER OPTIC, EIGHTEEN FIBERS, ENHANCED PERFORMANCE, CABLE CONFIGURATION TYPE 2 (OFFCC), FOR SUBMARINE OUTBOARD USE ONLY (NOTFOR INBOARD USE), CABLE CLASS SM AND MM, (METRIC)Show More
Standards and Technical Documents - STANDARD FOR PHYSICAL LOCATION AND PROTECTION OF BELOW-GROUND FIBER OPTIC CABLE PLANT -- TIA-590
Description: The purpose of this document is to establish a national standard that defines the location of installed outside fiber optic cable plant relative to its physical environment, including related protective measures necessary to reduce the probability of cable damage. The Standard addresses fiber opticShow More
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 LowShow More
Supplier: KITCO Fiber Optics
Description: No Description Provided
- Tool Type: Tool Kit
- Application / Connector Type: Fiber Optic, General Application, Military
- Technology: Hand Tools
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… bandwidth and a realization of ICT opportunities for economic development highlighted in the Government of Kenya (2007) Kenya Vision 2030 study, the Kenya government, the private sector and public private partnerships, have invested in submarine fiber optic cable projects to connect the …
Synergy Effects of Products and Implementation Solutions for Scientific Submarine Systems and Offshore Oil & Gas Applications
usually contains a ring "trunk" submarine fiber optic cable under development.
Gulf of Thailand Information Super Highway, A Business Case on the Foundation of Integrated Operations
To undertake the above, in 2010, PTT Exploration & Production Plc., PTTEP, a Thai National Oil & Gas E&P Company, had endorsed the service contract of having Submarine Fiber Optic cable to interconnect its offshore main operating complexes.
Fiber Optics Engineering
If a specialized content is to be transmitted across the globe, and if it is going to use the existing long-haul telecommunication structures such as the sub- marine fiber optic cables , it has to conform to the standards and formats of …
Building the Global Fiber Optics Superhighway
Before we go any farther, let us mention the effort required to test a new technology like submarine fiber optic cable .
Information Technology Applications in Industry II
Studying Acoustic Characteristics of Submarine Optic Fiber Cable .
GlobeNet's Submarine Fiber Optic Cable System Upgrade Is Now Complete
GlobeNet's Submarine Fiber Optic Cable System Upgrade Is Now Complete .
The 345-kV underground/underwater Long Island Sound cable project
The submarine fiber optic cables uere lashed t o two of the power cables as the cables were payed o f f the ship.
Response analysis of a submarine cable under fault movement
Usually, the design tensile force of the submarine fiber optic cables includes the maximum allowable tensile force and the annual average operating tensile force.
The submarine fibre optic cable connection that was launched in June 2009 (by President Jakaya Kikwete of the United Republic of Tanzania) offers a great opportunity for such universities to improve their connectivity.