Micro cables are typically used for access/metro and (air-blown) drop cabling for FTTx networks, such as Fiber To The Home (FTTH). The number, size, and style of ducts should be determined by the network topology as well as the installation tools.
In order to meet telecommunication demand at the time it is present, the micro duct concept was developed to take advantage of the economics of service provision.
The micro duct system enables the installation of small-diameter, extremely compact fiber cables using contemporary, economical installation techniques in small-diameter, protective micro-ducts located in open spaces in underground plants or directly buried plants, or in micro ducts inside of sub-ducts lashed to aerial messenger strands.
New micro duct cables can be put in previously established spare micro ducts as needed when a new service is developed. Empty micro ducts offer a great deal of flexibility and cost savings because they add a little extra infrastructure cost when they are first built.
The innovative micro duct technology is made possible by the employment of little ducts and tiny, compact fiber cables.
The Global Micro Duct Cable Closures Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Sirocco Extreme cable from Prysmian contains 288 fibres and a 6.5mm diameter. The company’s press release claims that its micro duct optical fibre cable has a world record diameter and fibre density of 288 fibres. Cable has 8.7 fibres per millimeter2 of fibre density.
Sirocco Extreme micro duct cables, according to Ian Griffiths, R&D Telecom Business at Prysmian Group, are perfectly suited for blowing in high density access, FTTx (Fiber To The x), and 5G networks and provide a scalable solution that is high-density, physically compact, and easily deployable.
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