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The Philosophies of Fusion Splicing: Then and Now

Aug. 31, 2021
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Although fusion splicing has been around for four decades, the evolution of its supporting technologies and applications has steadily expanded as the demand for bandwidth has increased in just about every aspect of modern life. Today, fusion splicing technologies are more compact, less expensive, more exact, and require 
less labor to implement. Active clad, core alignment, and ribbon splicing are the most common technologies available today and are used in cable-to-cable, cable-to-pigtail, and cable-to-splice-on connections.

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