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Author Topic: What has happened to this cabinet.  (Read 1189 times)

CarlT

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Re: What has happened to this cabinet.
« Reply #15 on: January 18, 2020, 09:22:59 PM »

Thanks for the extra detail. I was oversimplifying which is a bad idea in these parts. The BFT going to the cabinet should have plenty of room for those extra fibres. No new spine duct construction is where I was going as all you need aside from a fibre blow is there.

You could do it with a single fibre but that involves pushing WDM into the field. The appetite for that might be limited.

There is a little WDM in the field I understand but it's pretty rare.
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Re: What has happened to this cabinet.
« Reply #16 on: January 18, 2020, 09:31:04 PM »

. . . I was oversimplifying which is a bad idea in these parts.

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There is a little WDM in the field I understand but it's pretty rare.

I believe that all EAD deployments use WDM.
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