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Ed Forrest looks at the impact of primary and secondary contamination on fibre optic connection surfaces

Fibre optic cleaning techniques are based on the removal of types of dust or oily matter. Single soils are relatively easy to remove compared with ‘combination soils’ that might be dust, combined with human body oil or hand lotion. 

Now available from Ideal Networks is LanTEK IV, a copper and fibre cable certifier that is designed to provide faster test times.

VeEX Inc has added to its portfolio the MPM-400AR, a dual-port 400GE QSFP-DD PAM4 test module for the MPA Multi-Protocol Analyser Series platform.

AutoGet Wifi provides a fully automated, intelligent fiber endface inspection and analysis solution.

R&M has launched a universal Cat. 8.1 cabling system to support up to 40GbE.

JGR Optics has released its new PT1 polarity tester.

ADVA has launched its SatAware AI-powered analytics service for monitoring the quality of GNSS-based timing.

Senko Advanced Components unveiled the Smart Probe 2 fibre optic inspection device at ANGA COM.

The new GigaWave DLX from ATX Networks was launched at ANGA COM as a next-generation digital optical gateway platform for cable operators.

EXFO launched the Optical Xplorer at the recent ANGA COM event.

The importance of fibre-optic test equipment has increased in recent years, as global fibre deployment ramps up. This was evident in some of the latest product developments demonstrated at recent industry events, and also shown in the most recent market research predictions

Emtelle has launched a flexible direct burial solution in its FibreFlow WEBFLEX, which is designed to simplify branching of microducts for installers rolling-out fibre-to-the-x (FTTx) networks.

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