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200-micron Fiber Enables New Cable Designs

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David Mazzarese, Manager, Optical Fiber Systems and Standards, OFS

A new generation of single-mode fibers with a smaller 200 micron coating dimension are now on the market. This paper, brought to you by OFS, shows how they enable novel compact cable designs that give telecom providers new options for their optical network.

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