Attenuator and B-clamps

March 1, 1998

Attenuator and B-clamps

The sga attenuator and B-clamps produce variable attenuation in ranges of 1 to 25 dB with no added reflectance. The attenuator is used widely in cable-TV installations. The B-clamp is used during emergency restorations, cutovers, or in any circumstance that might expose a technician to unsafe levels of laser energy from an exposed singlemode fiber.

fico Inc.

Tyngsboro, MA

Sponsored Recommendations

The Pluggable Transceiver Revolution

May 30, 2024
Discover the revolution of pluggable transceivers in our upcoming webinar, where we delve into the advancements propelling 400G and 800G coherent optics. Learn how these innovations...

The Journey to 1.6 Terabit Ethernet

May 24, 2024
Embark on a journey into the future of connectivity as the leaders of the IEEE P802.3dj Task Force unveil the groundbreaking strides towards 1.6 Terabit Ethernet, revolutionizing...

Coherent Routing and Optical Transport – Getting Under the Covers

April 11, 2024
Join us as we delve into the symbiotic relationship between IPoDWDM and cutting-edge optical transport innovations, revolutionizing the landscape of data transmission.

Data Center Network Advances

April 2, 2024
Lightwave’s latest on-topic eBook, which AFL and Henkel sponsor, will address advances in data center technology. The eBook looks at various topics, ranging...