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  • Tham khảo sách 'cablingthe complete guide to copper and fiber-optic networking fourth edition', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, điện - điện tử phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The dramatic reduction in transmission loss of optical fibers coupled with very important developments in the area of light sources and detectors have resulted in phenomenal growth of the fiber optic industry during the last 35 years or so. Indeed, the birth of optical fiber communication systems coincided with the fabrication of low-loss optical fibers and the operation of room-temperature semiconductor lasers in 1970. Since then, scientific and technological growth in this field has been phenomenal.

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  • Since 1970, optical fiber and optical communication technologies have been rapidly developing, causing a technology revolution in the communication industries. Due to much lower attenuation and interference, optical fiber has many advantages over existing copper wire in long-distance and high-demand applications. The revolution in communication industries also significantly reduces the prices of optical components and stimulates the development of optical fiber sensors.

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  • A fiber rope consits of strands made up of from fiber yarns twisted and layed into rope form. A strand is made by twisting yarns and a rope is made by twisting trands.

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  • ADC's Loopstar® Fiber Field Cabinet for ADC’s next-generation SONET platform offers service providers an economical solution for providing legacy TDM services (DS1/DS3) and next-generation Ethernet services in areas that cannot be served from local wire centers or mobile switching centers. In these environments, ADC’s small outdoor enclosure, packaged with ADC’s LoopStar 800 SONET access system and other supporting equipment, allows carriers to continue providing customer requirements and offering additional services.

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  • Almost all technologies described so far are suitable for prototyping or for small series production only. It simply takes a lot of time and is therefore costly to manufacture a large number of microstructures by laser ablation or wire erosion and by milling or SLM. This is not so in the case of the etching techniques. Here, a large number of microstructure devices can be very easily generated. Another possibility to obtain a large number of microstructures is by embossing.

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  • Not all materials can be etched in an easy and cheap way. Especially, noble metals or tantalum are stable against most of these corrosive structuring methods. Hence, precision machining may be used to generate microstructures from these metals as well as from standard metal alloys such as stainless steel or hastelloy. Depending on the material, precision machining can be performed by spark erosion (wire spark erosion and countersunk spark erosion), laser machining or mechanical precision machining.

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  • A campus network is a building or group of buildings that connects to one network, called an enterprise network. Typically, one company owns the entire network, including the wiring between buildings. This local area network (LAN) typically uses Ethernet, Token Ring, Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI), or Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) technologies. The main challenge for network administrators is to make the campus network run efficiently and effectively. To do this, they must understand current campus networks as well as the new emerging campus networks....

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  • COMPUTATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS A allow b B c C d dhole drod D e E fom f(x) F FI Fs Range number Spring wire strength constant, cross-sectional area, Jacobian matrix Diametral allowance Range number Bushing diameter Distance to outer fiber, radial clearance Spring index Did Wire diameter Hole diameter Rod diameter Helix diameter, journal diameter Eccentricity Young's modulus Figure of merit Function Spring force, cumulative distribution function, function Spring working load Spring load at closure (soliding)...

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  • CHAPTER 16 ELECTRONIC PACKAGING Warren C. Fackler, RE. Telesis Systems, Inc. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 16.1 INTRODUCTION 16.1.1 Scope 16.1.2 Overview 16.1.3 Design Techniques COMPONENT MOUNTING 16.2.1 General 16.2.2 Specific Components 16.2.3 Discrete Components 16.2.4 Printed Circuit Board Components FASTENINGANDJOINING 16.3.1 General 16.3.2 Mechanical Fastening 16.3.3 Welding and Soldering 16.3.4 Adhesives INTERCONNECTION 16.4.1 General 16.4.2 Discrete Wiring 16.4.3 Board Level 16.4.4 Intramodule 16.4.5 Intermodule 16.4.6 Interequipment 16.4.7 Fiber-Optic Connections MATERIALSSELECTION 16.5.

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  • Fiber-to-the-X (FTTX) network applications increasingly include Multi-Dwelling Units (MDUs) as part of the network build—often accounting for over 40% of the target subscriber base. The MDU segment of an FTTX network is the “last mile” or distribution end of the network, representing the demarcation point for electronics and home wiring where the end user is connected in the more densely populated MDU applications (i.e. apartments, town homes, campuses).

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  • ADC’s Quad Loop Extender (QLX) 3192 shelf adapter is an adapter board that allows for an ADC Soneplex QLX module to be plugged into an industry-standard 3192 office repeater shelf. The QLX 3192 shelf adapter also supports an optional ADC System Controller Unit (SCU) for system management and craft port access.

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  • CHAPTER 5 COMPUTATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS Charles R. Mischke, Ph.D., RE. Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering Iowa State University Ames, Iowa 5.1 INTRODUCTION / 5.3 5.2 AN ALGORITHMIC APPROACH TO DESIGN / 5.4 5.3 ANALYSIS TASKS / 5.9 5.4 MATHEMATICAL TASKS /5.13 5.5 STATISTICAL TASKS / 5.21 5.6 OPTIMIZATION TASKS / 5.22 5.7 SIMULATION / 5.25 REFERENCES / 5.

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  • Transmission: the propagation of a signal, message, or other form of intelligence by any means such as optical fiber, wire, or visual means. Switching: selects the route to the desired destination that the transmitted signal travels by the closing of switches in either the space domain or the time domain or some combinations of the two.

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  • The primary role of tendon is to transmit the force of its associated muscle to bone. As such, the tendon needs to be relatively stiff and strong under tension. Herzog (2007) have stated that mechanical properties, such as fiber-bundle organization of the tendon allow for the maintenance of high tensile strength, with considerable flexibility in bending, in the same way that a wire rope maintains high tensile strength and flexibility as compared to an equal cross-section of solid steel (e.g., Alexander (1988a); Alexander (1988b) and Wainwright et al. (1982)).

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  • Single mode color coded fibers, filled color coded loose tubes, PE filler (if necessary), SZ-stranded around the non-metallic central strength member, jelly filled, core wrapping tape, messenger wire and outer PE jacket.

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  • Color coded fibers, filled color coded loose tubes, PE filler, SZ-stranding around the dielectric central strength member, flooding jelly compound, core wrapping tape, ripcords, messenger wires and outer PE jacket.

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  • This chapter presents the following content: Diaphragms, capacitive pressure sensor, fiber – optic pressure sensors, bellows, bourdon tube, manometers, resonant wire devices, electronic pressure gauges, special measurement devices for low pressures, high – pressure measurement, differential pressure-measuring devices, selection of pressure sensors.

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