AFL launches broadcast fiber-optic cable

SEPTEMBER 28, 2009 -- AFL says the cable performs within a wide temperature range and is water and UV resistant.

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SEPTEMBER 28, 2009 -- AFL Telecommunications has introduced a new broadcast fiber-optic cable. The flexible, tight-buffered cable is designed for use in installations where extreme environmental conditions are present. Consisting of a cut-resistant, flame-retardant polyurethane outer jacket, the broadcast cable is designed to be deployed and retrieved in the field and is highly resistant to damage caused by repetitive impact or harsh conditions. The cable performs within a wide temperature range and is water and UV resistant. Additional applications include high traffic areas, security and sensing applications, sporting and media events, and as a temporary installation of critical communications lines where quick retrieval and re-use is necessary. Visit AFL
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