Deep Fiber : Coax to Fiber “mini-duct”

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  1. W9GB

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    Deep Fiber Solutions of Roswell, Georgia premiered this coax to fiber technology in 2014.
    Removes coaxial cable (usually 3/4 inch OD, 75 ohm) dielectric and center conductor,
    creating a “mini-duct” for new multi-strand fiber optic cable.



    Deep Fiber Solutions
    https://deepfibersolutions.com/

    Since then, they successfully used this technology in two Chicago area locations.

    Chicago financial district (under LaSalle Street station’s RR right-of-way)
    An earlier contractor (failed work) had damaged one coaxial cable, so it was unusable.
    https://deepfibersolutions.com/wp-c...er-CaseStudy-3_Chicago_Financial_District.pdf

    Buffalo Grove, under a lake.
    https://deepfibersolutions.com/wp-c...iber-CaseStudy-4_Lake_Crossing_Node-Split.pdf

    Georgia CATV company
    Using an abandoned .750” coax cable for core ejection on a desired fiber route that passed from an above ground pedestal under a 4-lane parkway and a 2-lane street.
     
    Last edited: Nov 20, 2018

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