CTS-Session-02C-Cbls - Session Session 02-C Optical Cables...

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ession 02 LT/CTS-02C/1009 1 of 19 Session 02-C Optical Cables
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Cabling Reasons for Cabling ypes of Cable LT/CTS-02C/1009 2 of 19 Types of Cable Elements of Cable Structure Cable Installation
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Cabling Basics Fiber optic cables is similar to conventional copper cable externally using similar materials and jacketing technology. PVC sheats are common for indoor cables and brightly LT/CTS-02C/1009 3 of 19 colored. PE is used for outdoor cables to protect against environmental rigors for buried and aerial installation. Fiber does not require electrical insulation and can be designed as all dielectric cable that are immune to ground-loop prblems and lightning strike.
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Fiber cables are normally small in size. Fiber cable is elastic, but must be isolated from tension that can cause breakage or long term reliability LT/CTS-02C/1009 4 of 19 problems. The cable structure isolates the fibers from strain during installation and is service. Protects from mechanical damage and environmental
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