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Fiber Optic Glossary

work area (wa)
    A building space where the occupants may interact with telecommunications terminal equipment (computers, faxes, phones, etc.). a media or telecommunications outlet would be used here for duplex fi...
splice closure
    A cable and fiber management product that environmentally protects and houses optical splices. available as inline or butt style, the closure is usually in a dome or clamshell configuration. s can...
ribbon cable and fiber
    A cable that has internal optical fiber ribbons. up to 24 fibers (250 ?m) are spaced evenly, sandwiched between two layers of matrix. normally there are up to 12 fibers per ribbon
composite cable
  1. A cable with a combination of optical fibers and copper (coaxial, twisted pair, or power). often confused with hybrid cables

  2. A cable containing both fiber and copper conductors. als...
optical supervisory channel (osc)
    A channel, accessed at each optical line amplifier site, used for maintenance purposes including but not limited to remote site alarm reporting, communications necessary for fault location, and or...
four wave mixing (fwm)
    A collective name for a group of nonlinear processes where up to three different incident waves interact in the medium, resulting in a fourth wave
  1. A component used to provide two functions, such as multiplexing or filtering optical signals. for example, a diplexer used at an fttx optical network terminal filters the downstream 1490-nm wa...
cleave and crimp
    A connector installation technique, also known as a nopolish connector. the plug is installed onto the cable with the optic protruding from the end. the cable is crimped to the connector and the o...
small form factor (sff)
    A connector that offers higher density electronic equipment, enclosures, and distribution panels, lower connector costs, easier termination, and better optical performance
profile alignment system (pas)
    A core alignment technique for fusion splices in which light is injected at right angles. a ccd camera detects the fiber’s refractive inlet profile in the x and y axes for optimization
main cross-connect (mc)
    A cross-connect for first and second level cabling, e.g., from equipment facility connecting to all other locations (ics and hcs). usually a distribution or patch panel
horizontal cross-connect (hc)
    A cross-connect of horizontal cabling to other cabling, e.g., horizontal, backbone or equipment. could be a patch panel or lan (small) panel
time division multiple access (tdma)
    A data transmission method in which a number of individual transmitters in different locations share a transmission channel, each occupying the channel for a portion of the total time
differential group delay (dgd)
    A delay caused by different arrival times of optical signals, which results in modal dispersion. in multimode fibers, dgd is the delay difference of the various modes. in single-mode fibers, dgd i...
optical amplifier
  1. A device that amplifies light without converting it to electrical signal. types include the edfa, raman, and soa

  2. A device that amplifies an input optical signal without converting i...
cleave tool
  1. A device with a scribing blade, usually made from either diamond or tungsten carbide, used to score a fiber in order to break it without causing a fracture, hackles or angular irregularities. ...
edge-emitting diode (eled)
  1. A diode that emits lights from the edge of a semiconductor chip, producing higher power and narrower spectral width

  2. An led that emits light from its edge, producing more directional...
fiber distributed data interface (fddi)
  1. A duplex, counter-rotating, and self-healing ring communication standard (ansi x3t9) that provides a 100 mb/s data format. often used to interconnect lowspeed protocols such as token ring and ...
multitenant data center (mtdc)
    A facility that provides internet infrastructure services, such as electrical power, fire suppression, security, cooling, and network access, usually over optical fiber. some firms lease datacente...
fiber demarcation box (fdb)
    A fiber demarcation box provides a service provider with a customer disconnection point, either via a splice or connector interface. slack cable storage and battery backup are stored here as well<...
active optical cable (aoc)
    A fiber optic cable that has been preterminated with an external electrical endface, thereby removing the termination process. the electrical endfaces can be manufactured with most module formats....
tee coupler
    A fiber optic coupler in which three fiber ends are joined together, and a signal transmitted from one fiber is split between the other two
cable assembly
  1. A fixed length of cable with connectors installed on both ends. sometimes called a patchcord, patch cable, or jumper

  2. A cable that is connector terminated and ready for installation....
    A fixed length of cable with like connectors on both ends (or, in the case of a hybrid cable, different connectors)
medium-density polyethylene (mdpe)
    A flexible, environmentally-stable thermoplastic used in outside cable jacketing
digital signal (ds)
    A hierarchy of digital signal speeds used to classify capacities of digital lines and trunks. the fundamental speed level is ds-0 (64 kb/s)
multifiber push-on connector (mpo)
    A high-density connector that can terminate up to 24 single-mode or 72 multimode fibers in a single termination
vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (vcsel)
    A high-speed, low-cost laser operating at the 850-nm wavelength that is used for applications such as gigabit ethernet where the modulation rate of current leds is insufficient video on demand a v...
hybrid fiber coax (hfc)
    A hybrid system, used by the catv industry, that employs a fiber optic backbone and coax cables for final distribution from the node to the customer
fiber connector (fc)
    A keyed connector with threaded coupling mechanism that has 2.5-mm ferrule. mostly used in single-mode systems and test equipment
fanout kit
    A kit designed for loose tube cable structures with multiple fibers per buffer tube. the fanout kit provides a 900-?m tubing over each 250-?m coated fiber strand, which allows for additional prote...
modulated laser
    A laser module that allows users to control output power by varying a control voltage, which turns the laser on and off
tunable laser
  1. A laser that can change its wavelength. applications include research, otdrs, and for protection in transmission systems

  2. A laser system that can be "tuned" to emit laser l...
distributed feedback (dfb) laser
    A laser that uses an internal grating to reduce the line width of the laser, and may be used for analog applications, e.g., am/fm/dwdm
single-longitudinal mode (slm) laser
    A laser, usually distributed feedback (dfb) type, where the spectral width is the width at the 20 db down points divided by 6.07
multilongitudinal mode (mlm) laser
  1. A laser, usually fabry-perot, that has a measured spectral width specified by the maximum root mean square of the spectral distribution (side modes), limited to no more than 20 db down from th...
watts (w)
    A linear measure of optical power, usually expressed in milliwatts (mw), microwatts (?w), or nanowatts (nw)
loose tube gel filled (ltgf)
    A loose tube cable structure with buffer tubes filled with gel to restrict moisture intrusion. mostly replaced with “dry” techniques, it is still used in areas of extreme low temperatures
  1. A material, usually germanium or boron oxide, added to silica to change its index of refraction

  2. An impurity added to an optical medium to change its optical properties. edfas use er... легирующая;
numerical aperture (na)
  1. A measure of the angular acceptance for a fiber, approximately the sine of the half-angle of the acceptance cone. the na of an optical fiber defines a characteristic of the fiber in terms of i... abertura mecánica;
core concentricity
    A measure of the relationship between the geometric center of the core of an optical fiber and the geometric center of the cladding, or how centered the core is
  1. A measurement instrument that projects interference bands across the face of fiber optic connector. the bands are used to determine the centering, angle of apex offset and radius of curvature ... интерферометр;
outside diameter (od)
    A measurement of the diameter of ferrules, cables, ducts, and innerducts, e.g., 2.5 mm
bit error rate (ber)
  1. A measurement of transmission accuracy. it is a ratio of bits received in error versus bits sent. fiber optic communication systems normally have a ber value of 10–9 or 10–12

  2. The fr... frecuencia de errores;
fusion splicer
  1. A mechanical device that optically joins optical fibers by discharging voltage between two electrodes. variations include the single fiber and ribbon fixed v-groove types, the profile alignmen...
fiber proof testing
    A mechanical tensile test used to measure the axial strength of an optical fiber, normally 100 kpsi
g -pon encapsulation method (gem)
    A method of data encapsulation over the g-pon network, similar to atm, that uses variable length frames to transport up to an encapsulated payload of 1500 bytes
forward error correction (fec)
    A method to improve the performance of large-capacity optical transmission systems. system designs employing fec can accept relatively large ber (better than 10–12) in the optical transmission lin...
inspection scope
    A microscope or digital scope that inspects ferrule and termini fiber endfaces for polishing quality, damage, or contamination
fabry-perot (fp) laser
    A multilongitudinal mode laser diode with a semiconductor on each end to form a resonant chamber to create the lasing effect. used in digital applications. limited to 10 gb/s speeds and used only ...
interbuilding backbone
    A network that provides communications between buildings, e.g., college campus, office park, etc
all-optical network (aon)
    A network that uses only optical components to produce, direct, condition, control, and connect optical signals
subminiature type a (sma) connector
    A nonkeyed, noncontacting, multimode threaded connector borrowed from the coax industry. types include 905, 906, or optimate
national electrical code (nec)
  1. A north american code that addresses proper electrical/ fiber optic systems and equipment installation to protect people and property from hazards stemming from the use of those systems in bui...
deadzone box
    A package with internal fiber that is used to test fiber spans with an otdr, allowing attenuation and connector reflectance to be measured within the otdr’s deadzone
optical switch
    A passive component possessing two or more ports that selectively transmits, redirects, or blocks optical power in an optical fiber transmission line
    A phenolic-bodied, threaded, spring-loaded, nonkeyed connector with a cone-shaped alignment area
pull point
    A physical location where optical cable can be accessed and pulled, reducing friction and damage, and allowing for longer installed spans
fiber bragg grating (fbg)
  1. A piece of photo-refractive fiber that is exposed to highintensity uv interference patterns, causing it to reflect a specific wavelength while being transparent to all other wavelengths. used ...
passive optical network (pon)
    A point-to-multipoint system, specified by the itu, ieee, and scte, that is made up of fiber optic cabling, passive splitters and wdms that distribute an optical signal from the service provider t...
dust cap
    A protective cover that fits tightly over the connector ferrule, plug, or sleeve. usually made of plastic, it is used to keep the connector endface clean
buffer coating
  1. A protective material with no optical function that covers and protects a fiber. a secondary plastic coating adhered around the coating of the optical fiber to provide additional protection ag...
    A quantification of how much light is passing in any direction, measured in db. if a 0 dbm signal passes through a coupler with 50 db directionality, only –50 db (0.01 ?m) will pass in the wrong d... направленность;
splice panel
    A rack or wall-mounted panel that allows cables to be organized and spliced. the panel holds splice trays, secures the cable, grounds any metallic members, and organizes and stores buffer tubes, f...
core ovality
    A ratio of the minimum to maximum diameters of the core within an optical fiber, or how round the core is
controlled environment vault (cev)
    A reinforced vault designed to provide an environmentallystable underground area to house fiber optic transmission equipment and electronics for switching, monitoring, back-up power, remote termin...
network equipment building system (nebs)
    A requirement for central office equipment in the north american public switched telephone network. originally developed by bell labs (now telcordia) in the 1970s and released as a public document...
light-emitting diode (led)
    A semiconductor device that emits incoherent light formed by the p-n junction. burrus (well) and edge-emitting diodes are used with systems operating up to 622 mb/s over multimode fibers
    A separable, two-fiber, breakout-style cable with a diameter (per buffer) of 1.6 mm (mini ), 2.5 mm, or 3.0 mm (standard cable assembly cordage)
optical loss test set (olts)
    A single-mode or multimode test set consisting of a light source and power meter. olts is used for measuring a completed fiber optic cable assembly’s loss (in db) at the connector interfaces, with...
telecommunications outlet (to)
    A single-piece cable termination assembly (typically on the floor or in the wall) that contains one or more modular telecom jacks, e.g., rjs, coaxial terminators, fiber optic connections. if more ...
air handling plenum
    A space within a building designed for the movement of environmental air, e.g., a space above a suspended ceiling or below an access floor
sag span
    A span selected within a sag section used as a control to determine the proper sag, and therefore tension of the fiber optic cable. at least two and normally three sag spans in a sag section, are ...
  1. A step during the optical fiber manufacturing process in which gases are deposited as a wet “soot” upon a quartz rod by flame hydrolysis, ultimately creating a preform for the glass core and c... положить;
st connector
  1. A straight tip, keyed bayonet with 2.5 mm ferrules

  2. Abbreviation for straight tip connector. popular fiber optic connector originally developed by at&t.
cutback method
    A technique for measuring fiber attenuation by performing two transmission measurements. one is done at the output end of the full length of the fiber. the other is usually done within 1-3 meters ...
impact resistance
  1. A test that determines the ability of fiber optic cables and cable assemblies to withstand repeated impact loads. it measures the number of broken fibers, damage to the outer sheath, and any c... impact strength;

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