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  • Main Parameters of ADSS Cable

    Main Parameters of ADSS Cable

    ADSS optical fiber cable works in an overhead state supported by two points with a large span (usually hundreds of meters, or even more than 1 km), which is completely different from the traditional concept of “overhead” (post and telecommunications standard overhead hanging wire hook...
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  • Types and Application Of Armored Optical Cable

    Types and Application Of Armored Optical Cable

    Because optical fibers are fragile, the optical fibers used in various environments must be processed into optical cables with corresponding mechanical properties to ensure that the optical fibers are not damaged by external forces during the process of laying, installation, use, and maintenance,...
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  • FTTH Drop Cable Duct type

    FTTH Drop Cable Duct type

    The sheathed optical cable is mostly single-core or double-core structure, and can also be made into a four-core structure. The cross section is in a figure-8 shape. The reinforcement is located in the center of the two circles. Metal or non-metallic structure can be used. . The optical fiber in ...
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  • Performance Characteristics Of Figure 8 Cable

    Performance Characteristics Of Figure 8 Cable

    Figure 8 fiber optic cable, As a common optical cable for outdoor communication, Mainly includes: GYTC8S/GYTC8A, GYXTC8S, GYXTC8Y, etc. Application: Figure 8 cable is suitable for self-supporting aerial, pipeline or direct buried installation environments Color-coded fibers and binders allow for...
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  • Direct Buried Optical Cable Laying Method

    Direct Buried Optical Cable Laying Method

    The direct buried optical cable is armored with steel tape or steel wire on the outside, and is directly buried in the ground. It is required to have the performance of resisting external mechanical damage and preventing soil corrosion. Different sheath structures should be selected according to ...
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  • The Difference Between Buried Optical Cable GYXTW53, GYTY53, GYTA53

    The Difference Between Buried Optical Cable GYXTW53, GYTY53, GYTA53

    Buried optical cable GYXTW53 structure: “GY” outdoor communication cable, “x” central bundled tube structure, “T” ointment filling, “W” steel tape longitudinally wrapped + PE polyethylene sheath with 2 parallel steel wires.” 53″ steel ta...
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  • SMART GRID

    SMART GRID

    KSD provide years of experience and excellent solutions for your hardware needs in both ADSS (All-Dielectric Self Supporting) and OPGW Optical Ground Wire) cables). Power-line communication is the foundation of the smart grid. As the leader in optical communication industry, KSD is committed to a...
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  • Three Key Technologies Used In ADSS Cable

    Three Key Technologies Used In ADSS Cable

    All-dielectric self-supporting optical cable (ADSS cable) is a non-metallic optical cable composed entirely of dielectric materials and including the necessary supporting system. It can be hung directly on telephone poles and telephone towers. Mainly used for communication lines of overhead high-...
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  • The Difference Between G654 Fiber and G652 Fiber

    The Difference Between G654 Fiber and G652 Fiber

    G.652 optical fiber is the most widely used optical fiber. At present, except for fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) home optical cables, almost all optical fibers used in long-distance and metropolitan areas are G.652 optical fibers. From the perspective of light energy distribution, the optical signal in...
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  • Duct Fiber Optic Cable Laying Method

    Duct Fiber Optic Cable Laying Method

    Laying is generally in urban areas, and the environment for Duct laying is better, so there is no special requirement for the sheath of the optical cable, and no armoring is required. Before Duct cable laying, the length of the laying section and the position of the connection point must be selec...
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  • Outdoor Optical Cable Cabling Requirements

    Outdoor Optical Cable Cabling Requirements

    We believe that many outdoor optical cable wiring workers have some understanding of the requirements for direct buried laying of outdoor optical cable wiring, but it is full of question marks for the novice who is just getting started. Today, I will summarize this problem for you. It can help yo...
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  • How To Analyze The Water Seepage of OPGW Cable?

    How To Analyze The Water Seepage of OPGW Cable?

    Four Methods fot analyzing OPGW optical cable water seepage problems:  1. Observe whether the water blocking paste in the cable core is fully filled and whether the water blocking paste swells. After the sheath layer is peeled off, first observe the cable core, whether water seeps in the cable co...
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  • The Difference Between GYFTY and GYFTA, GYFTS optical cable

    The Difference Between GYFTY and GYFTA, GYFTS optical cable

     There are three kinds of non-metallic aerial optical cables, GYFTY, GYFTS, GYFTA three kinds of optical cables. If they are non-metallic and non-armored, it is GYFTY. GYFTA is a non-metallic reinforced core, aluminum armored optical cable. GYFTS is a non-metallic reinforced core, steel armored o...
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  • What Is The Difference Between GYFTZY And ADSS Cable?

    What Is The Difference Between GYFTZY And ADSS Cable?

    GYFTZY (non-metal flame-retardant fiber optic cable) is strictly not a special fiber optic cable for our power fiber optic cable. But when our power optical cable line enters the substation, the substation has strong current occasions, and the requirements for lightning protection and flame retar...
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  • What Is Outdoor Optical Cable?

    What Is Outdoor Optical Cable?

    Outdoor optical cable, simply said to be used outdoors, belongs to a kind of optical cable. It is called outdoor optical cable because it is most suitable for outdoor use. It is durable, can withstand wind, sun, cold and freezing, and has a thick outer packaging. It has some mechanical and enviro...
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