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Fiber Optic Splicing Basis It is vital for any company or fiber optic technician involved in telecommunications to grasp knowledge of fiber optic splicing methods. Fiber optic splicing refers to joining two fiber optic cables together. It can result in … Continue reading
Knowledge of splicing technology is essential for companies or fiber optic technicians involved in the telecommunication field. To put it simply, fiber optic splicing involves joining two fibers together under the influence of heat. There are two preferred types of … Continue reading
Fiber optic cables provide a reliable and fast method of data transfer. However, it’s simply impossible to make a single fiber long enough to match the length of cable necessary for most networks. This is where fiber fusion splicing comes … Continue reading
FiberStore news, the Chinese traditional fiber optic connector manufacturers not fared well in 2013, according to statistics, in the first quarter shipments of fiber optic connectors for FTTH “cold junction” decreased nearly 80% compared to 2012, which is regarded as technical … Continue reading