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Researches of optical cable stability in the microduct to effect of freezing water

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Vladimir A. Burdin, Tatiana G. Nikulina, Ivan N. Alekhin, Sergey A. Gavryushin

Povolzhskiy State Univ. of Telecommunications and Informatics (Russian Federation)

Proc. SPIE 7992, Optical Technologies for Telecommunications 2010, 79920K (April 21, 2011); doi:10.1117/12.887316
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  • Optical Technologies for Telecommunications 2010
  • Vladimir A. Andreev; Vladimir A. Burdin; Albert H. Sultanov; Oleg G. Morozov
  • Ufa, Bashkortostan, Russian Federation | November 17, 2010

abstract

In article results of experimental researches of optical cable behavior in microducts at water freezing are presented. Researches were carried out with the polymeric and steel microducts. Researches have shown that loadings which influence on a cable at water freezing in the steel microduct is higher than in polymeric and can lead to attenuation increase in the optical fiber. In the polymeric duct loadings more low, than in the steel. However if a polymeric microduct freeze in ice, pressure upon a cable as can cause an incrementation of attenuation.

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Vladimir A. Burdin ; Tatiana G. Nikulina ; Ivan N. Alekhin and Sergey A. Gavryushin
"Researches of optical cable stability in the microduct to effect of freezing water", Proc. SPIE 7992, Optical Technologies for Telecommunications 2010, 79920K (April 21, 2011); doi:10.1117/12.887316; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.887316


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