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____________________________ are the most popular indoor cables and contain several tight-buffered fibers bundled under the same jacket with Kevlar strength members and sometimes fiberglass rod reinforcement to stiffen the cable and prevent kinking.
______________________ are made of several simplex cables bundled together inside a common jacket.
________________ are composed of several fibers together inside a small plastic tube which are in turn wound around a central strength member and surrounded by aramid strength members. This allows for a high fiber count contained inside a small cable.
____________________ is made of fibers that have been bundled into rows which allows for the smallest cable diameter with the largest fiber count.
__________________________ contain both fiber and electrical conductors.
At main fiber hub locations, how much extra cable should be planned to be left (Including the scrap that needs to be removed)?
At remote locations, how much extra cable should be planned to be left (Including the scrap that needs to be removed)?
When pulling fiber optic cable, the load must be applied to the which part of the cable?
When a cable run is too long to be pulled by hand, and additional mechanical force is required, what must be used?
What preparation technique is used prevent long runs of cable from twisting during the pull?