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Video Multiplexer for CCTV and Surveillance Applications

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Fiber-optic-based video and audio multiplexers are designed specifically for pro A/V and broadcast applications. Video Multiplexer is usually applied in video area, especially for

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Installing A Network Cable Faceplate

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A Network Faceplate is generally used in new installations where concealed cabling is possible. The faceplate is fixed on a wall and the keystone jack is fixed in the hole so that

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A Simple Guide To WDM System

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WDM(Wavelength Division Multiplexing) systems are popular in fiber optic network because they allow to expand the capacity of the network without laying more fiber. Capacity of a g

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PON vs. AON in FTTH Systems

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Fiber to the home (FTTH) is a system which installs optical fiber from a central point directly to individual buildings such as residences, apartments and businesses to provide unp

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Punch Down Tools for Network Cabling

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A punch down tool, also referred to as krone tool, is a small but primary tool for network technicians to install wiring for telephone, computer and various audio networks. It is w

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Maintance Methods Of Fusion Splicer Parts

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The most common parts of a fiber fusion splicer include Electrodes and V-Grooves. Fusion splicers are dependent upon high-quality electrodes to focus that critical arc of electrici

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Getting to Know Cost-Effective ADSS Cable

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ADSS cable (all-dielectric self-supporting cable) is a type of optical cable that contains no conductive metal elements. It is used as a communications medium, installed along exis

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