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How to Replace Electrodes for Fusion Splicing Machine

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Electrodes are the most essential consumable of fusion splicing machine. In general, after a period of use, it needs to be replaced. This is the basic maintenance of fusion splicin

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How to Troubleshoot a Faulty PON With an OTDR

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It is easy to trouble shoot the failure which occurs on a point-to-point FTTx network by using an optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) test. However, troubleshooting a faulty p

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Ultra-High-Power Optical Amplifier for FTTH – EYDFA

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Background While the Cable Modem, xDSL, and other forms of broadband access are booming in recent years, Fiber To The Home (FTTH) access is also gradually becoming a project that p

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Ideal Solution for WDM Bi-Directional Systems – Single Wavelength BiDi Transmission Technology

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Introduction It is expected in the near future that an individual customer’s need of symmetric bandwidth of Bi-Directional (BiDi) signals is common place with communication s

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Packet-optical Transport Platforms – Making Optical Transport Network More Cost-Effective

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Overview With the development of optical transport network, especially the improvement of WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) technology, more and more components and devices sh

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Cost-Effective Capacity Growth and Investment Protection – Hybrid DWDM/CWDM

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Introduction of Hybrid DWDM-CWDM CWDM is an excellent, cost-effective, first step solution for scaling metro networks. Low cost hybrid DWDM-CWDM modules can support up to 8 channel

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Active Optical Cable (AOC) – Rising Star of Telecommunications & Datacom Transceiver Markets

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With the advent of the big-data age, the cloud technology has developed rapidly. In order to satisfy the demands of higher bandwidth and more applications in a variety of cloud com

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