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Excess Fiber Length (EFL) measurements in fiber optic cabling using TSI's CB100 system

Excess Fiber Length (EFL) measurements in fiber optic cabling using TSI's CB100 system

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This paper provides details on a new real-time, noncontact technique for measuring the 'Excess Fiber Length' during the fiber cabling process. An established technology known as Laser Doppler Velocim ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:1997
Weight:0.2500
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By Michael W. Nielsen and Darrick Niccum, TSI, Inc., USA
1997
 
This paper provides details on a new real-time, noncontact technique for measuring the 'Excess Fiber Length' during the fiber cabling process. An established technology known as Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV) is used to measure the speed difference between the optical fiber and cable jacket. Advantages of this technique will also be included.
  
 
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