Presentation 2014-11-14
Connecting Technique for Short fiber
Takashi YAMAGUCHI, Takaharu MATSUDA, Hiroyuki MORIOKA, Kazuhiro TAKIZAWA,
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Abstract(in English) For the further expansion of FTTH, coverage of existing buildings and rural areas is key. In existing buildings, there is often limited space for the installation of optical cable. The ability to terminate a short fiber in a constrained space, and to do it economically without special tools, becomes a requirement. In addition to the requirements for existing buildings, the ability to terminate short fiber is extended to the rural area connecting member with an additional tool. The initial loss performance, reliability tests and condition of the developed products are evaluated and verified.
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Keyword(in English) Mechanical splice / Connecting for short fiber
Paper # OFT2014-42
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Conference Date 2013/11/14(1days)
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Title (in English) Connecting Technique for Short fiber
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Keyword(1) Mechanical splice
Keyword(2) Connecting for short fiber
1st Author's Name Takashi YAMAGUCHI
1st Author's Affiliation Fujikura Ltd()
2nd Author's Name Takaharu MATSUDA
2nd Author's Affiliation Fujikura Ltd
3rd Author's Name Hiroyuki MORIOKA
3rd Author's Affiliation Fujikura Ltd
4th Author's Name Kazuhiro TAKIZAWA
4th Author's Affiliation Fujikura Ltd
Date 2014-11-14
Paper # OFT2014-42
Volume (vol) vol.113
Number (no) 306
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 5
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