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14 January 1987 Optical Fiber Cable Systems for Emergency Use
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Proceedings Volume 0722, Components for Fiber Optic Applications; (1987)
Event: Cambridge Symposium-Fiber/LASE '86, 1986, Cambridge, MA, United States
Two types of emergency optical fiber cable systems and an easy use connector have been developed. The first is a 250 m length of 12-fiber cable which is used when an optical fiber cable is damaged at one point due to construction work as gas, water lines or roads. The second is a 1 km length of 4-fiber cable which is used during large disasters such as typhoons, earthquakes or floods. The easy use connector is capable of being joined in 5 minutes without using a special tool.
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Y. Murakami, N. Honda, and Y. Yuki "Optical Fiber Cable Systems for Emergency Use", Proc. SPIE 0722, Components for Fiber Optic Applications, (14 January 1987);


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