Abstract

This paper describes a new drop cable, a new cluster-type drop cable for residential premises, a new indoor cable, a new termination cable and a new riser cable for fiber distribution in residential and business premises. The structural design of these cables is investigated and the optimum structures for cost reduction of cable and installation are obtained. Based on the results, these cables are manufactured and their transmission and mechanical characteristics are confirmed to be stable.

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F. Nihei, Y. Yamamoto, and N. Kojima, "Optical subscriber cable technologies in Japan," J. Lightwave Technol., vol. LT-5, pp. 809-821, June 1987.

S. Kukita, K. Hogari, and Y. Katsumata, "Design and performance of optical drop and indoor cables," Rev. Elec. Commun. Lab., vol. 32, no. 4, pp. 636-645, 1984.

F. Ashiya, K. Hogari, and K. Omoto, "A water-blocking optical fiber cable system for subscriber networks," NTT Rev., vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 110-116, 1991.

K. Hogari, K. Tomiyama, and O. Kawata, "A Proposal of optical dropping method for the residential premises," in 1995 Spring Nat. Conv. Rec. IEICE, SB-7-9, Japan (in Japanese).

K. Hogari, Y. Nakatsuji, and T. Morimitsu, "An optical fiber dropping method for residential premises employing optical drop wire stranded cable," IEICE Trans. Commun., vol. E79-B, no. 2, pp. 205-208, 1996.

S. Tomita and K. Sutoh, "Optical loss variation due to fiber handling at the jointing point on the subscriber loop," Trans. IEICE Japan, vol. J74-B-1, no. 2, pp. 144-150, 1991 (in Japanese).

S. Takano, K. Ando, K. Shino, and M. Terasawa, "A study of optical fiber cabinet," in 1997 Spring Nat. Conv. Rec. IEICE, B-10-58, Japan (in Japanese).

K. Suto, Y. Banda, S. Tomita, and T. Tsuchiya, "Optical receiver design considering fiber loss fluctuation for subscriber loops," Trans. IEICE, vol. E 74, no. 3, pp. 547-554, 1991.

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